The macroeconomics textbooks feature three key **macrostatic** models, **all three** of which are **sublated by** the purely relational **field theory** called **Functional Macroeconomic Dynamics. **The textbooks’ three featured graphs are two momentary intersections of supply and demand curves plus the Phillips Curve correlation of unemployment and interest rates:

- the intersection of the supply and demand curves at a certain
**price**of goods and services (the**macrostatic**AD-AS model), - the intersection of the supply and demand curves at a certain
**interest-rate, rental-price of money**(the**macrostatic**IS-LM model),**plus,** - the now-debunked Phillips Curve correlation of unemployment and interest rates.

The key elements grounding the discovery and formulation of the **immanent, field-theoretic intelligibility** of the **organic, unified, whole economic system** include: (Continue reading)