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The implication, therefore, is that free markets are outgrowths of human nature and therefore exist as ―natural‖ systems. Clearly, if one takes seriously the claim that the free market is simply an institutional extension of human nature, Thatcher‘s argument that ―there is no alternative‖ becomes perfectly legitimate. For this reason, Frederic Jameson (1991, p. 263) has suggested that opposing this idea is vital to the struggle against free market ideology. As he puts it, the idea that ―the market is in human nature is the proposition that cannot be allowed to stand unchallenged.
Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Education. id=neoliberalism. Read, Jason. (2009). A Genealogy of Homo-Economicus: Neoliberalism and the production of Subjectivity. Foucault Studies, 6, 25-36. Neo-Liberalism and the Market Society 47 Serrano-Caldera, Alejandro. (1995). Los Dilemas de la Democracia. Managua: Editorial Hispamer. Shaikh, Anwar. (2005). The Economic Mythology of Neo-Liberalism. In Neoliberalism: A Critical Reader (pp. 41-49) edited by Alfredo Saad-Filho and Deborah Johnston. Ann Arbor, MI: Pluto Press.
REALISM UNDER SIEGE With Kant‘s Copernican Revolution, realism became more difficult to support in many philosophical quarters. His argument was that if the mind were a blank slate, as empiricists like David Hume claimed, the world would consist of disjointed sense impressions and be incomprehensible. In order to have a sensible picture of everyday life, accordingly, the mind has to be capable of organizing any input. The implication of this theoretical maneuver is that the knower is united inextricably with whatever is known.