All, I am still in the process of writing what is looking more like a manuscript. sorting, sifting, eliminating repetition, completing connections, and so on. Part of it comes to restoring a mutualist economics discourse. A number of meta issues entwine the fictions of neo-classical economics with much the same sort of effect as the social physics of of Comte/Durkheim and socialization by conformity. Re-Imagining Economics requires defining socialization to capacity/conditioning in distinction from socialization based upon conforming. as led by Hannah Arendt and others GWF Hegel through the existentialists, De Beauvoir and various compatible writers.
Like it or not the CRX is a piece of economic sociology. For there to be an re-imagined economics, the whole way of doin g social science needs to be re-thought. Part of this couples to alternative historical voices which are interpretive by nature and practice, and an alternative economic history which gathers notables such as E.P. Thompson, Howard Zinn, Christopher Hill, Peter Linebaugh, et al. This also forced me to much more specific in how a mutualist economic history is also an ignored capacity as well.
Something like the CRX as a methodology for incubating socializing change, can't even exist if the philosphical and scientific concepts cancel out an interpretive basis of doing science. The Debunking of economics is entirely apt, and for sociology debunking sociology will involve exchanging the methods of doing science from social physics (Comte/Durkheim et al). Just picked up a great book related to the nature of Aden as a port city within the commerce of the Indian Ocean region prior to the age of colonialism by the European Empires. This is part of my archeo-economics interest file. Randal Wray's new book should be out fairly soon
I need to work this paper through to a fairly high level of clarity before I start circulating it as the basis of a book. fast forward, Tadit