|Abstract||In one of the best critical analyses of economic rhetoric so far, Thomas Boylan and Paschal O'Gorman argue forcefully for the usefulness of distinguishing between what they call "local rhetoric", which they embrace, and "global rhetoric", which they rebuff (Boylan and O'Gorman, 1995, p.44. Also Cf. chap. 2: "Rhetoric/The abandonment of methodology?", pp. 36-60. The expression, "economic rhetoric", is theirs, p.38). As they put it, "[G]lobal economic rhetoric asserts that any philosophy of science which accommodates any method other than the standards of literature has no relevance to the philosophy of economics" (p.44). A main point here is that..|
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