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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 2 / 2013 (579)

The deideologizing of the market

„Against any context, the market itself is either a natural means or it doesn't exist at all. The market does not have any degrees of existence, with any adjectivization altering its necessary functions, which spring from the human nature.”

The ideological efflorescence of the market concept is akin to the chemical process of the loss of crystallization, through which substance is turned to powder. The most obvious erosive aspect to the fine structure of the market is brought up by the doctrinary perspectives, which are interested in notion association through adjectivizations extracted from their own blood. In the most visible place is the insistence of the liberal activism of the spontaneous generation - which has propensities toward the extreme both in the economical and in the social planes - of attaching the manifest-concept of freedom to the market concept. In this vision the market has the epistemic city right only as a market-free, supposedly.


The deideologizing of the market
Marin Dinu

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