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From Neuro-Hayekians to Subjectivist Hayekians: A Reply to Horwitz and Koppl


Peter J. Boettke


George Mason University - Department of Economics

Daniel Joseph D'Amico


Loyola University New Orleans - Joseph A. Butt S.J. College of Business - Economics Department

2010

Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol. 13, pp. 399 - 403, 2010

Abstract:     
We recognize the comments made by Horwitz (2010) and Koppl (2010) in their replies to D'Amico and Boettke (2010), "Making Sense out of The Sensory Order." Furthermore, this paper hopes to explain what role D'Amico and Boettke do see for cognitive neuroscience in the study of Austrian Economics. Some brief summary comments are presented. Then a general framework of individual learning and its effects upon social institutions and economic processes is described by referring to Cowan and Rizzo (1996) and Denzau and North (1994).

Number of Pages in PDF File: 7

Keywords: Neuroscience, Austrian Economics, Hayek, Subjectivism, Learning


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Date posted: May 28, 2010  

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Boettke, Peter J. and D'Amico, Daniel Joseph, From Neuro-Hayekians to Subjectivist Hayekians: A Reply to Horwitz and Koppl (2010). Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol. 13, pp. 399 - 403, 2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1616711

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