[OPE-L:4134] Re: Ingrao & Lippi

From: Rakesh Narpat Bhandari (rakeshb@Stanford.EDU)
Date: Tue Oct 17 2000 - 02:48:12 EDT

re Alejandro's 4119

>Re Rakesh #4117:
>>...have almost finished a fascinating book by Bruna Ingrao and Giorgio
>>Israel, The Invisible Hand: Economic Equilibrium in the History of
>I recall Marco Lippi thanking Bruna Ingrao in the preface of his book Value
>and Naturalism in Marx, I think even in terms of acknowledging that the
>book was almost a joint work.
>As, at that time, Lippi was, as far as I remember, a kind of "militant
>simultaneist", it might be interesting to know what is Ingrao present
>position regarding this matters.
>Does she say something about the 70s debates?

Not yet. It seems though that the importance they give to mechanics 
as metaphor is contested implicitly or explicitly by Mirowski, no?

Yours, Rakesh

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