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Q. how do you lift your spirit during those tough days of economic depression?

A. just find an activity that will take your mind off things.(i.e.)fishing,games,puzzles,camping,etc.

Q. how come depression became so common??? is it because the great economic crises ...? because i get the feeling that it has been like that for a while ...

A. That's an eye opening list. I have read most of Kurt Vonnegut's books. He really went through hell on earth during the allied bombing of Dresden in World War II as a prisoner of war. He had been captured at the Battle of the Bulge. That was no cakewalk.

Overwhelming circumstances. Things happen that are too much to rationalize. They happen to us all. Deaths, accidents, tragedies, illnesses, losses, being a victim of crimes or injustices, war, seeing people die, witnessing horrible things... that list can go on and on. We humans are fragile, have limitations, and we break.

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This well-understood point appears nowhere in Marcal's discussion of Smith or modern economics.
Meanwhile, the integrity of the Molina translation itself persists, and we have commissioned another introduction for the separate publication, forthcoming from CLP Academic in the Sources in Early Modern Economics, Ethics, and Law series.
The contention that Islamic economics has failed is based on the view that this project was derailed at the outset itself, by not successfully unpacking the epistemological and socio-historical foundations of modern economics (its underpinning meta-principles), and subsequently failing to transform them in accord with Islam's normative positions.
Still, such problematic issues notwithstanding, and in spite of repeated crises on a massive scale, "the mixture of dogma and self-censorship" of main-stream modern economics sails on unaffected, probably because "[t]he status quo is highly favourable to mainstream economists," who enjoy better "influence," "funding," "employment" rates and "average pay" than all other social scientists, thanks to their "[b]eing able to give .
Keynes Hayek: The Clash that Defined Modern Economics.
Jutte pays particular attention to early modern economics, politics, and technology, allowing him to engage more traditional themes such as state formation, the court, and growing interest in arcane knowledge, as well as more recently developed topics such as early modern categories of knowledge, communication, and the development of the concept of the "public.
They note it was the Father of Modern Economics himself, Adam Smith, who in the 18th Century first formally articulated the concept of outsourcing--or letting each country (or company) do what it does best in the business relationship.
Perhaps the best example of Hayek's resurrection is a bestselling book by British economist Nicholas Wapshott, Keynes-Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics.
Here I argue that there is much for Marxists to learn from modern economics, even neoclassical economics.
Modern economics is governed by the factor of value - how much value you create for yourself and for others.
On the whole, he insists, modern economics "is mostly a mudslide of arbitrary concepts" (p.
BRITISH JOURNALIST Nicholas Wapshott's new book, Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics is about a heated debate, eight decades past, between two of the most influential economists in modern history.

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