Special issue (not numbered) for the 25-year Anniversary of the Review
The Review of Economic Philosophy celebrates its twenty years! Nevertheless, due to the actual difficulties we are all facing, we will celebrate the quarter century in 2025.
With the celebration, upcoming is a special issue that gathers a selection of 25 among the most representative papers the Review published.
See the page dedicated to the contents (with a list of the selected papers) in this website.
June 2021 – Examining Economic Thought through the Prism of Historical Epistemology
Austrian school autonomy basic income behavioral economics capitalism convention democracy development Economic methodology epistemology equality ethics governmentality Hayek (Friedrich) hermeneutics ideology institution intergenerational justice justice liberalism libertarianism liberty management Menger (Carl) methodology neoliberalism neuroeconomics Nietzsche norms ontology Pareto (Vilfredo) pluralism political philosophy power pragmatism rationality Rawls (John) responsibility science self-ownership Smith (Adam) social justice theory of justice welfare economics will to power
Periodicity: 2 issues per year
Print ISSN: 1376-0971
Online ISSN: 2118-4852
Publisher: Librairie Vrin
Version française : Revue de Philosophie Economique