Table of Topics


Bernard Lonergan’s Goal: Generalization and Practical Precepts for Free People

Paul Romer’s “Endogenous Technological Change” in Bernard Lonergan’s Framework

Key Notions

So-Called Modern Monetary Theory does not Qualify as Scientific Macroeconomics

The IS-LM, AD-AS, and Phillips Curve Models

Functions, Velocities, and the Achievement of Scientific Economics

Lonergan stands alone. No one else systematizes the explanatory functional distinctions.

Why Analyze the Rhythmic Pattern of the Productive Process First?

An Adequate Level of Abstraction and Generalization; A Deeper Explanatory Unity

Prediction is impossible in the general case

DSGA vs. FMD, Sbordone, et al

The Significance of Burley’s and Csapo’s Characteristic Equation and Its Root Solution

Previous “The Single Paragraph for Consideration Today”

Textbook Flaws and Deficiencies

Insight Into The Baseball Diamond: Discovery and Implementation

Pure Surplus Income; Capital Expansion’s Monetary Correlate

Revision of the NIPA into Explanatory Form

Notes Regarding FRB Monetary Policy and a Theoretic of Credit

The Einsteinian Context

Why Study Peter Burley’s Models?

Five Images

Principles and Pointers; An Invitation to Minds

Help Wanted

Imaginary Letter from an Imaginary Billionaire

Practical Precepts for Free People – Consumers, Entrepreneurs, Bankers

Edifice of Formulae

Why and How the Basic Expansion Fails to be Implemented

Sublation and Subsumption; Keynes, Kalecki, Solow

Interest Rates and Payments

Money: Notes on the Nature and Purpose of Money

A Common Problem: Mankiw and Weinzierl, the Fed’s FRB/US Model, the Phillips Curve

Standard Footnotes

Bernard Lonergan, Marx, and Liberty


Is Functional Macroeconomic Dynamics Easy or Difficult?

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