Toward ‘humanomics’: Deirdre McCloskey on honoring the world of human creation

In her transformative Bourgeois Era trilogy, economist Deirdre McCloskey challenged our popular theories about the causes of our newfound economic prosperity, arguing that it sprung not from new systems, tools, or materials, but rather the ideas, virtues, and rhetoric behind them. Continue Reading…
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