Category Archives: Behavioral economics

Behavioral Economics and Augustinian Anthropology

Behavioral economists, such as Dan Ariely here at Duke, are uncovering by inductive, double-blind experiments what inductive, deliberate reflection revealed to a host of classic thinkers, from Aristotle and Augustine all the way down to the twentieth century. At least, … Continue reading

Posted in Behavioral economics, Choice, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment