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Jun 5, 2016 4:15pm EDT
everyone's attention. i am the director here at george mason university. we have deirdre mccloskey here with my good friend. deirdre came out with the third quality of her book "bourgeois equality" that builds on the bourgeois community. i think this collection is the most ambitious work in economics done during my career, at least in economics and just an amazing achievement for what you have done and generate the conversation in economics. hopefully we will have a great conversation today. let's turn it over to you, tom. >> thanks, pete. when clear morgan asked if i would conduct a conversation with deirdre i immediately jumped at the opportunity. not only is it on honor, but there are few books that one reads in a scholarly light, as fundamentally change or deeply change the way you look at the world. these books have done that for me. i am honored to be here with you. deirdre mccloskey taught at the university of illinois chicago from 2000-2015 and now is a mareter. i would list all of the departments she taught but that would take us through the whole hour. one was economics. befor
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May 29, 2016 1:00am EDT
everyone's attention. i am the director of the hyatt program here at george mason university.. today we are thrilled we have deirdre mccloskey here in conversation with my good colleague. deirdre has just come out with the third volume of her trilogy and the "bourgiois equality" which builds on the bourgeois dignity. they would talk about this in the introduction but i want to personally congratulate you on this collection. i think it is the most ambitious trilogy an amazing achievement for what you have done and tove generate the conversation and economics. hopefully we'll have a great conversation today. that's to the student over to. >> thank you. when claire morgan asked me if i would lead and conduct a conversation with deidre, i immediately jumped at the opportunity, not only is it an honor but there are few books that one reads in a scholarly life, the fundamentally change or deeply change the way you look at the world. these books have done that foror me.ou so i am honored to be here for with deirdre. deirdre has taught at the university of illinois, chicago from 2000 - 2015.
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May 28, 2016 12:00pm EDT
iowa. at the economics department at george mason and the katy center, and the scholarly article number about 400. i don't dare put a number on the number of popular blog posts and magazine articles. i also believe this is your 17th authored book. as pete noticed it is the final book in a remarkable trilogy. from deirdre's website. and she protests it is not a conservative economist. here is what she is. in deirdre's word she is, quote, a literary postmodern, and was once a man. not conservative. i'm christian, a christian libertarian. were i to list all of deirdre's achievements. and let's get to it. let's get to the publication, and i was in the mercator sponsored transcript. that is -- it changed a lot. and where did this come from? >> the germ was the notion of the virtues. aristocracy, peasantry, all they are are the virtues as understood in the west and the east and the south and the north of human society in a commercial context. courage, entrepreneurship, love would be solidarity or personal consideration in a business for example. there isn't anything specifically bourge
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May 30, 2016 4:00am EDT
program here at george university. today we are thrilled we have deirdre mccloskey and and conversation with my good colleague tom, deirdre has come out with a third volume of her trilogy the bourgeois inequality, we'll talk about that in the introduction but i want to personally congratulate deirdre on this collection. i think it is the most ambitious work and economics done done during my career at least in economics and an amazing achievements for what you have done and generating the conversation in economics. hopefully hopefully we'll have a great conversation today. will turn it over. >> thank you. when claire morgan asked me if i would lead, conduct a conversation with deidre immediately jumped at the opportunity, not only is it an honor, but there are a few books that one reads in a scholarly life that is as fundamentally changed or deeply change the way that you look at the world. these books have done that for me. so, i am honored to be here with deidra. deirdre mccloskey has taught at the university of illinois, chicago from 2000 chicago from 2000-2015, she is no
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