Economics now = Freudian psychology in the 1950s: More on the incoherence of “economics exceptionalism”

What follows is a long response to a comment on someone else’s blog. The quote is, “Thinking like an economist simply means that you scientifically approach human social behavior. . . .” I’ll give the context in a bit, but first let me say that I thought this topic might be worth one more discussion … Continue reading Economics now = Freudian psychology in the 1950s: More on the incoherence of “economics exceptionalism”