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Pt. 1. technology on the market -- pt. 2. purchase purchase art.
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But this is sharply divided from the properly factual investigations of so-called positive economics, and it is hardly a matter of debate that it is the latter that is the more prestigious branch of the discipline. In common with traditional positivism and contemporary scientism, the underlying assumption of this distinction is that there is a set of economic facts and 20 J. 2 And in fact normative economics has itself tended to reinforce this perspective, and has therefore tried to limit itself to the question whether there are economic actions that are indisputably beneﬁcial.
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