dhenwood at panix.com
Fri Sep 23 07:32:22 MDT 1994
Nah. Economics destroys the imagination - if the economist had one in the
first place. As the joke goes, economists are people who are good with
figures who don't have the personality to be accountants. Or as the other
joke goes, economists are those people who talk in other people's sleep.
Doug Henwood [dhenwood at panix.com]
Left Business Observer
On Thu, 22 Sep 1994, Jonathan P. Beasley-Murray wrote:
> This came up in the deleuze-guattari list. Any "economists with
> imagination" out there?
> Jon Beasley-Murray
> Literature Program
> Duke University
> jpb8 at acpub.duke.edu
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Wed, 21 Sep 94 19:59 GMT
> From:UI234 at LAMPETER.AC.UK
> To: DELEUZE-GUATTARI <DELEUZE-GUATTARI at world.std.com>
> Subject: capital
> CAPITAL - ECONOMICS . . .
> Can anyone recommend anything on Capital/economics, or does anyone want to
> discuss these topics. I'm after something that uses an image of capital as
> an autonomous creation, a form of non-rational artificial intelligence
> (unconscious drives rather than the usual cartesian rational reasoning
> processes), something analogue to the state (another non-rational entity
> artificially created that is now outside the control of one particular
> individual or group of individuals).
> I'm not after specifically deleuze-guattari although such references would
> obviously be of interest . . . is there a wider discussion? . . . economists
> with imagination?! . . .
> If you know of any other lists that could help please forward this message.
> UI234 at Lampeter.ac.uk
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