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ON ERROR: UNDISCIPLINED THOUGHTS ON ONE OF THE CAUSES OF INTELLECTUAL PATH DEPENDENCY

Yıl 2011, Cilt 66, Sayı 02, 215 - 233, 01.02.2011
https://doi.org/10.1501/SBFder_0000002209

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Kaynakça

  • Altman, M. (2004), “Statistical Significance, Path Dependency, and the Culture of Journal Publication,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 33 (5): 651 – 663.
  • Arthur, B. (1989), “Competing Technologies, Increasing Returns and Lock-in by Historical Events,” Economic Journal, 99 (394): 116 – 131.
  • Arthur, B. (1994), Increasing Returns and Path Dependence in the Economy (Michigan: University of Michigan Press).
  • Buttler, M. R. and R. F. Garnett. (2003), “Teaching the Coase Theorem: Are We Getting it Right?” Atlantic Economic Journal, 31 (2): 133 – 145.
  • Canguilhem, G. (1991), The Normal and the Pathological (New York: Zone Books).
  • Cartwright, S. (1851), “Diseases and Peculiarities of the Negro Race,” De Bow’s Review, Southern and Western States, 11.
  • Coase, R. (1960), “The Problem of Social Cost,” Journal of Law and Economics, 3: 1 – 44.
  • Coase, R. (1991), “Contracts and the Activities of Firms,” Journal of Law and Economics, 34 (2): 451 – 452.
  • Colbert, D. (2001), Eyewitnesses to Wall Street (New York: Broadway Books).
  • Coleman, W. (2005), “Taking out the Pins: Economics as Alive and Living in the History of Economic Thought,” Economic Papers, 24 (2): 107 – 115.
  • Collins, R., R. A. Hanneman, and G. Mordt. (1999), “How Stimulating a Compact Theory Can Reproduce the Tangled Pathways of History” In: R. Collins. (ed.) Macrohistory: Essays in Sociology of the Long Run (Stanford, California: Stanford University Press): 239 – 259.
  • Daston, L. (2005), “Scientific Error and the Ethos of Belief,” Social Research, 72 (1): 1 – 28.
  • David, P. (1985), “Clio and the Economics of QWERTY,” American Economic Review, 75 (2): 332 – 337.
  • Field, J. V. 1981, “Ptolemaic Astronomy” In: B. Bynum and Porter. (eds.) Dictionary of the History of Science (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
  • Gigerenzer, G. (2005), “I Think, Therefore I Err,” Social Research, 72 (1): 1 – 24.
  • Gladwell, M. (2000), Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (London: Abacus).
  • Graff, G. (1987), Professing Literature: An Institutional History (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press).
  • Hong, S. (2005), “Marconi’s Error: The First Transatlantic Wireless Telegraphy in 1901,” Social Research, 72 (1): 107 – 124.
  • Jevons, S. (1871), The Theory of Political Economy. 3rd Edition. (New York: Macmillan).
  • Jolink, A. and J. Vromen. (2001), “Path Dependence in Scientific Evolution” In Garrouste and Ioannides. (eds.) Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing): 205 – 224.
  • Keuth, H. (2005), The Philosophy of Karl Popper (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Kuhn, T. (2000), The Road Since Structure: Philosophical Essays, 1970-1993, with an Autobiographical Interview (Chicago: Chicago University Press).
  • Lakatos, I. and A. Musgrave. (1970) (eds.), Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Mackay, C. (1852 [1995]), Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (Three Rivers Press).
  • McCloskey, D. (1998), “Good Old Coase Theorem and the Good Old Chicago School: A Comment on Zerbe and Medema,” In: S. G. Medema (ed.) Coasean Economics: Law and Economics and the New Institutional Economics (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers): 239 – 248.
  • Miller, D. W. (1985) (ed.), Popper Selections (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
  • Myrdal, G. (1997), An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy, (New Jersey: Harper and Row Publishers).
  • Nelson, R. R. and Winter S. G. (1982), An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press).
  • Ocasio, W. and J. Joseph. (2005), “Cultural Adaptation and Institutional Change: The Evolution of Vocabularies of Corporate Governance, 1972 – 2003,” Poetics, 33 (3 – 4): 163 – 178.
  • Oldridge, D. (2005), Strange Histories: The Trial of the Pig, the Walking Dead, and Other Matters of Fact from the Medieval and Renaissance World (London: Routledge).
  • Pierson, P. (2000), “Increasing Returns, Path Dependence, and the Study of Politics,” American Political Science Review, 94 (2): 251 – 267.
  • Pinkard, T. (1988), Hegel’s Dialectic: The Explanation of Possibility (Philadelphia: Temple University Press).
  • Popper, K. (1945), “The Defense of Rationalism,” In: D. Miller. (ed.) Popper Selections (Princeton: Princeton University Press): 357 – 365.
  • Popper, K. (1958), “The Beginnings of Rationalism” In: D. Miller. (ed.) Popper Selections (Princeton: Princeton University Press): 25 – 32.
  • Prewitt, K. (2005), “The Two Projects of the American Social Sciences,” Social Research, 72 (1): 219 – 236.
  • Prigogine, I. and I. Stengers. (1984), Order out of Chaos: Men’s New Dialogue with Nature (New York: Bentam Books).
  • Reznek, L. (1987), The Nature of Disease (London: Routledge).
  • Rosen, M. (1982), Hegel’s Dialectic and Its Criticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Rush, B. (1785), An Inquiry into the Effects of Ardent Spirits upon the Body and Mind.
  • Sterman, J. D. and J. Wittenberg. (1999), “Path Dependence, Competition, and Succession in the Dynamics of Scientific Revolutions,” Organization Science, 10 (3): 322 – 241.
  • Stigler, G. J. (1952 [1966]), The Theory of Price. 3rd Edition. (New York: The Macmillan Co.).
  • Toner, P. (1999), Main Currents in Cumulative Causation (London: Macmillan Press Ltd.).
  • Van Boxsel, M. (2004), Encyclopedia of Stupidity (Reaktion Books).
  • Veblen, T. (1898), “Why Economics is not an Evolutionary Science,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 12 (4): 373 – 394.
  • Veblen, T. (1961), The Place of Science in Modern Civilization (New York: Russell & Russell).
  • Yalçıntaş, A. (2006). “Historical Small Events and the Eclipse of Utopia: Perspectives on Path Dependence in Human Thought” Culture, Theory and Critique, 47 (1): 53 – 70.
  • Yalçıntaş, A. (2009). Intellectual Paths and Pathologies: How Small Events in Scholarly Life Accidentally Grow Big. (Published PhD Dissertation. Erasmus University Rotterdam).
  • Yalçıntaş, A. (2010). “The ‘Coase Theorem’ vs. Coase Theorem Proper: How an Error Emerged and Why It Remained Uncorrected So Long” Paper Presented at the European Society for the History of Economic Thought Annual Conference in Amsterdam 2010 and the History of Economic Society Annual Conference in Syracuse, NY 2010. Available online at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1628163 [Accessed in April 2011].
  • Ziliak, S. and D. McCloskey. (1996), “Standard Error of Regression,” Journal of Economic Literature, 34: 97 – 114.
  • Ziliak, S. and D. McCloskey. (2004), “Size Matters: The Standard Error of Regression in the American Economic Review,” Journal of Socio-economics, 33 (5): 527 – 546.

Entelektüel Patikaya Bağımlılığa Yol Açan Sebeplerden Biri Üzerine Düşünceler

Yıl 2011, Cilt 66, Sayı 02, 215 - 233, 01.02.2011
https://doi.org/10.1501/SBFder_0000002209

Öz

Düşünceler tarihinde insan ediminin mükemmel olmayan karakterine (yani, hata yapma kabiliyetine) ne kadar yer ayrılmıştır? Konvansiyonel düşünce tarihi yazımı içinde hemen hemen hiç. Oysa entellektüel tarih bu tür hatalarla doludur ve bu hatalar entelektüel patikaya bağımlılığın en büyük sebebidir. Entellektüel patikalar, düşünsel hataların sonuçlarının ortadan kalkmaması sebebiyle düşünürleri kendisine bağımlı hale getirir. Hatalar ne kadar küçük olursa olsun pozitif geri bildirimler nedeniyle düşünsel patikalar, çoğu zaman, düşünsel patolojilere dönüşür. Bu koşullar altında, bazı hatalar düzeltilse bile, düşüncelerin genel evrimi mükemmellik seviyesine yakınsamaz.

Kaynakça

  • Altman, M. (2004), “Statistical Significance, Path Dependency, and the Culture of Journal Publication,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 33 (5): 651 – 663.
  • Arthur, B. (1989), “Competing Technologies, Increasing Returns and Lock-in by Historical Events,” Economic Journal, 99 (394): 116 – 131.
  • Arthur, B. (1994), Increasing Returns and Path Dependence in the Economy (Michigan: University of Michigan Press).
  • Buttler, M. R. and R. F. Garnett. (2003), “Teaching the Coase Theorem: Are We Getting it Right?” Atlantic Economic Journal, 31 (2): 133 – 145.
  • Canguilhem, G. (1991), The Normal and the Pathological (New York: Zone Books).
  • Cartwright, S. (1851), “Diseases and Peculiarities of the Negro Race,” De Bow’s Review, Southern and Western States, 11.
  • Coase, R. (1960), “The Problem of Social Cost,” Journal of Law and Economics, 3: 1 – 44.
  • Coase, R. (1991), “Contracts and the Activities of Firms,” Journal of Law and Economics, 34 (2): 451 – 452.
  • Colbert, D. (2001), Eyewitnesses to Wall Street (New York: Broadway Books).
  • Coleman, W. (2005), “Taking out the Pins: Economics as Alive and Living in the History of Economic Thought,” Economic Papers, 24 (2): 107 – 115.
  • Collins, R., R. A. Hanneman, and G. Mordt. (1999), “How Stimulating a Compact Theory Can Reproduce the Tangled Pathways of History” In: R. Collins. (ed.) Macrohistory: Essays in Sociology of the Long Run (Stanford, California: Stanford University Press): 239 – 259.
  • Daston, L. (2005), “Scientific Error and the Ethos of Belief,” Social Research, 72 (1): 1 – 28.
  • David, P. (1985), “Clio and the Economics of QWERTY,” American Economic Review, 75 (2): 332 – 337.
  • Field, J. V. 1981, “Ptolemaic Astronomy” In: B. Bynum and Porter. (eds.) Dictionary of the History of Science (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
  • Gigerenzer, G. (2005), “I Think, Therefore I Err,” Social Research, 72 (1): 1 – 24.
  • Gladwell, M. (2000), Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (London: Abacus).
  • Graff, G. (1987), Professing Literature: An Institutional History (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press).
  • Hong, S. (2005), “Marconi’s Error: The First Transatlantic Wireless Telegraphy in 1901,” Social Research, 72 (1): 107 – 124.
  • Jevons, S. (1871), The Theory of Political Economy. 3rd Edition. (New York: Macmillan).
  • Jolink, A. and J. Vromen. (2001), “Path Dependence in Scientific Evolution” In Garrouste and Ioannides. (eds.) Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing): 205 – 224.
  • Keuth, H. (2005), The Philosophy of Karl Popper (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Kuhn, T. (2000), The Road Since Structure: Philosophical Essays, 1970-1993, with an Autobiographical Interview (Chicago: Chicago University Press).
  • Lakatos, I. and A. Musgrave. (1970) (eds.), Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Mackay, C. (1852 [1995]), Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (Three Rivers Press).
  • McCloskey, D. (1998), “Good Old Coase Theorem and the Good Old Chicago School: A Comment on Zerbe and Medema,” In: S. G. Medema (ed.) Coasean Economics: Law and Economics and the New Institutional Economics (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers): 239 – 248.
  • Miller, D. W. (1985) (ed.), Popper Selections (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
  • Myrdal, G. (1997), An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy, (New Jersey: Harper and Row Publishers).
  • Nelson, R. R. and Winter S. G. (1982), An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press).
  • Ocasio, W. and J. Joseph. (2005), “Cultural Adaptation and Institutional Change: The Evolution of Vocabularies of Corporate Governance, 1972 – 2003,” Poetics, 33 (3 – 4): 163 – 178.
  • Oldridge, D. (2005), Strange Histories: The Trial of the Pig, the Walking Dead, and Other Matters of Fact from the Medieval and Renaissance World (London: Routledge).
  • Pierson, P. (2000), “Increasing Returns, Path Dependence, and the Study of Politics,” American Political Science Review, 94 (2): 251 – 267.
  • Pinkard, T. (1988), Hegel’s Dialectic: The Explanation of Possibility (Philadelphia: Temple University Press).
  • Popper, K. (1945), “The Defense of Rationalism,” In: D. Miller. (ed.) Popper Selections (Princeton: Princeton University Press): 357 – 365.
  • Popper, K. (1958), “The Beginnings of Rationalism” In: D. Miller. (ed.) Popper Selections (Princeton: Princeton University Press): 25 – 32.
  • Prewitt, K. (2005), “The Two Projects of the American Social Sciences,” Social Research, 72 (1): 219 – 236.
  • Prigogine, I. and I. Stengers. (1984), Order out of Chaos: Men’s New Dialogue with Nature (New York: Bentam Books).
  • Reznek, L. (1987), The Nature of Disease (London: Routledge).
  • Rosen, M. (1982), Hegel’s Dialectic and Its Criticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Rush, B. (1785), An Inquiry into the Effects of Ardent Spirits upon the Body and Mind.
  • Sterman, J. D. and J. Wittenberg. (1999), “Path Dependence, Competition, and Succession in the Dynamics of Scientific Revolutions,” Organization Science, 10 (3): 322 – 241.
  • Stigler, G. J. (1952 [1966]), The Theory of Price. 3rd Edition. (New York: The Macmillan Co.).
  • Toner, P. (1999), Main Currents in Cumulative Causation (London: Macmillan Press Ltd.).
  • Van Boxsel, M. (2004), Encyclopedia of Stupidity (Reaktion Books).
  • Veblen, T. (1898), “Why Economics is not an Evolutionary Science,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 12 (4): 373 – 394.
  • Veblen, T. (1961), The Place of Science in Modern Civilization (New York: Russell & Russell).
  • Yalçıntaş, A. (2006). “Historical Small Events and the Eclipse of Utopia: Perspectives on Path Dependence in Human Thought” Culture, Theory and Critique, 47 (1): 53 – 70.
  • Yalçıntaş, A. (2009). Intellectual Paths and Pathologies: How Small Events in Scholarly Life Accidentally Grow Big. (Published PhD Dissertation. Erasmus University Rotterdam).
  • Yalçıntaş, A. (2010). “The ‘Coase Theorem’ vs. Coase Theorem Proper: How an Error Emerged and Why It Remained Uncorrected So Long” Paper Presented at the European Society for the History of Economic Thought Annual Conference in Amsterdam 2010 and the History of Economic Society Annual Conference in Syracuse, NY 2010. Available online at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1628163 [Accessed in April 2011].
  • Ziliak, S. and D. McCloskey. (1996), “Standard Error of Regression,” Journal of Economic Literature, 34: 97 – 114.
  • Ziliak, S. and D. McCloskey. (2004), “Size Matters: The Standard Error of Regression in the American Economic Review,” Journal of Socio-economics, 33 (5): 527 – 546.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil Türkçe
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Altuğ YALÇINTAŞ>

0000-0002-3344-0497

Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Şubat 2011
Başvuru Tarihi 31 Temmuz 2014
Kabul Tarihi
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2011, Cilt 66, Sayı 02

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Vancouver Yalçıntaş A. Entelektüel Patikaya Bağımlılığa Yol Açan Sebeplerden Biri Üzerine Düşünceler. Ankara Üniversitesi SBF Dergisi. 2011; 66(02): 215-233.
IEEE A. Yalçıntaş , "Entelektüel Patikaya Bağımlılığa Yol Açan Sebeplerden Biri Üzerine Düşünceler", Ankara Üniversitesi SBF Dergisi, c. 66, sayı. 02, ss. 215-233, Şub. 2011, doi:10.1501/SBFder_0000002209