This critical study of the foundations of economic knowledge combined an indiscriminate approach to the assessment of ideas and methods with a conscious effort to avoid personal polemics. For we agree with Jevons that ‘in science and philosophy nothing must be held sacred’; and with Popper that ‘in our ignorance we are all equal’. It follows that we should ‘welcome every opinion based on scientific criticism’ (Marx).
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