Uncertainty

Studies in Philosophy, Economics and Socio-political Theory

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[Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie, 2]  1984.  xii, 132 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: B.R. Grüner Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Preface
Views on Uncertainty
Introduction
1
Part one: the definition of an order of possibility and the removal of uncertainty
1.1 Between the Austrian Marginalists and Weber: ideal-typical “purity” and formal models
5
1.2 Innovative decisions, logic of expectation and objective possibility in Weber
8
1.3 Order and “Pure” Theory of Law
12
1.4 Dynamic cycle, monetary calculation and uncertainty
15
1.5 Money control, assurance and politics in the German-speaking world
18
1.6 Uncertainty and the monetary stability in Keynes' works of the 1920's
21
1.7 The foundation of rational expectation in Keynes' “Treatise on Probability” and the Cambridge logicists
25
1.8 Against ‘insecuritas’: the phenomenological neutralization of uncertainty
28
1.9 Phenomenology and formalization
32
1.10 Hilbert and Husserl: forms, intuition and certainty
35
1.11 Between the early Heidegger and the neo-Kantianism of the Marburg School: the forms as ordering relations
38
Notes
43
Part two: towards uncertainty
2.1 Keynes and the thirties: uncertainty, gambling and money
59
2.2 The thirties: effective demand and the social State
63
2.3 Phenomenology as a genetic-recompositive research programme
67
2.4 Original intuition, life-world and apodictic certainty
70
2.5 Heidegger: revealing the instability and contingency of the ontic dimension as a necessary premise to a theology of absence
74
Notes
81
Uncertainty: alternative conceptual outlooks and socio-political models
Introduction
91
Part one: uncertainty and game against ‘Nature’
1.1 Conceptual premise: the ramified tree of events
93
1.2 General Equilibrium Theory
94
1.3 'Laissez-faire' Monetarism and Rational Expectations Hypothesis
99
1.4 Keynesian ‘Eclecticism’ and economic policy
102
1.5 Disequilibrium, private choice and system's rationality
105
Part two: uncertainty and interactive game
2.1 Conceptual premise: the indeterministic structure of events
111
2.2 Groups, negotiated allocation of resources, conflicts and structural dynamics
115
Notes
121
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