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Literature & the economics of liberty : spontaneous order in culture

Author: Paul A Cantor; Stephen D Cox; Ludwig Von Mises Institute.
Publisher: Auburn, Ala. : Ludwig von Mises Institute, ©2009.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul A Cantor; Stephen D Cox; Ludwig Von Mises Institute.
ISBN: 9781933550640 1933550643
OCLC Number: 639288551
Description: xviii, 510 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The poetics of spontaneous order : Austrian economics and literary criticism / Paul A. Cantor --
Cervantes and economic theory / Darío Fernández-Morera --
In defense of the marketplace : spontaneous order in Jonson's Bartholomew fair / Paul A. Cantor --
Shelley's radicalism : the poet as economist / Paul A. Cantor --
Capitalist vistas : Walt Whitman and spontaneous order / Thomas Peyser --
The invisible man and the invisible hand : H.G. Wells's critique of capitalism / Paul A. Cantor --
Cather's capitalism / Stephen Cox --
Conrad's praxeology / Stephen Cox --
Hyperinflation and hyperreality : Mann's "Disorder and early sorrow" / Paul A. Cantor --
The capitalist road : the riddle of the market from Karl Marx to Ben Okri / Chandran Kukathas.
Other Titles: Literature and the economics of liberty
Responsibility: edited by Paul A. Cantor & Stephen Cox.

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