Trespassing As A Way of Life:
in Philosophy, Economics, and Mathematics
David P. Ellerman
Rowman & Littlefield, 1995
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Table of Contents [Click here for detailed ToC]
Intellectual Trespassing as an Engine of Discovery
Example: The Additive-Multiplicative Engine of Discovery
Brief Introductions to the Essays
Chapter 1: Trespassing Against The Happy Consciousness of Orthodox Economics
Chapter 2: Myth and Metaphor in Orthodox Economics
Chapter 3: The Libertarian Case for Slavery.
Chapter 4: The Kantian Person/Thing Principle in Political Economy.
Chapter 5: Are Marginal Products Created ex Nihilo?
Chapter 6: Double Entry Bookkeeping: Mathematical Formulation and Generalization.
Chapter 7: The Semantics Differentiation of Minds and Machines
Chapter 8: Category Theory as The Theory of Concrete Universals
Chapter 9: Keiretsu, Proportional Representation, and Input-Output Theory
Chapter 10: Finding the Markets in the Math: Arbitrage and Optimization Theory
Chapter 11: Valuation Rings: A Better Algebraic Treatment of Boolean Algebras
Chapter 12: Parallel Addition, Series-Parallel Duality, and Financial Mathematics.