Due dogmi dell'individualismo

Stefano Vaselli

pp. 189-206

The present article examines radical methodological individualism as defended by Berlin, Popper and Hayek. We stress two dogmas: social nominalism (according to which individuals are the only admissible denizens of social ontology), and the invisible hand. We claim that the two dogmas do not logically coincide, contrary to what usually held by individualistic ideology.

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DOI: 10.4000/estetica.1852

Full citation:

Vaselli, S. (2009). Due dogmi dell'individualismo. Rivista di estetica 42, pp. 189-206.

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