By Wolfgang Drechsler (auth.), Jürgen G. Backhaus, Wolfgang Drechsler (eds.)
Until now, Friedrich Nietzsche’s impact at the improvement of recent social sciences has no longer been good documented. This quantity reconsiders a few of Nietzsche’s writings on economics and the technology of kingdom and in doing so pioneers a line of analysis now not formerly on hand in English.
Here, twelve students contemplate Nietzsche’s ancient and modern relevance, which has ranged from the hugely severe (Schumpeter writings on artistic destruction) to the pop cultural (the early works of Ayn Rand). numerous papers current powerful proof of Nietzsche as an influencer of contemporary economists; others see him extra as an influencer of influencers; and one sees little impression in any respect. lots of the contributions refer broadly to works past unpublished (or poorly translated) in English.
The editors don't intend to provide an intensive evaluate or definitive description of Nietzsche’s position in economics. particularly, they desire to start up conversations and examine that discover the function this a lot misunderstood philosopher/cultural critic can have performed, or maybe may still play, within the background of monetary thought.
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For centuries philosophers have disputed the question of whether such negative propositions can be proved. ” If Nietzsche did inﬂuence economics, the negative proposition could be considered disproved or falsiﬁed. If it is not possible to prove the positive proposition, “Nietzsche did inﬂuence economics” it does not necessarily mean that the negative proposition holds, only that it is a possibility. One method philosophers use to determine the non-existence of something is to carefully search for it.