I've spent a large chunk of Mountain Day reading from the Econ textbook and to tell you the truth the more I read the more mad I got. Reading the Neoclassical theories is like chopping off a limb---it was agonizing. How can theorists measure humanity by scales. In the neoclassical theory everything is so mathematically precise and planned out but what of other factors such as each individual's experiences and circumstances. I more I begin to understand the Neoclassical point of view I more I understand the Marxian recation. Marx was reacting to this view of humanity and he deducted that the main element missing within the classical theories was class process. I tend to agree, there is more to us than supply and demand curves.
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