Ricardo's discursive demarcations: a Foucauldian study of the formation of the economy as an object of knowledge

@article{Dix2014RicardosDD,
  title={Ricardo's discursive demarcations: a Foucauldian study of the formation of the economy as an object of knowledge},
  author={G. Dix},
  journal={Erasmus Journal of Philosophy and Economics},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-29}
}
  • G. Dix
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • Erasmus Journal of Philosophy and Economics
Set against previous attempts to grasp the work of British political economist David Ricardo on a theoretical and methodological level, this article explores the emergence of the 'economy' in Ricardo's Principles of political economy and taxation (1817) from a Foucault-inspired perspective on the formation of objects of knowledge. Several distinctions (or 'discursive demarcations') are brought to the fore with which Ricardo sought to determine the boundaries of political economy, such as that… Expand
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