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Jeremy Shearmur

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Jeremy Shearmur
philosophe

Dates 1948-
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Tendance école autrichienne et Karl Popper
Origine Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
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Jeremy Shearmur, né en 1948, est un philosophe spécialiste de Karl Popper et de l'école autrichienne d'économie. Il est professeur émérite de philosophie à l'Australian National University depuis 2013.

Après des études à la London School of Economics, il a été assistant de Karl Popper pendant 8 ans.

Il a enseigné à l'université d’Édimbourg, de Manchester ainsi qu'à la George Mason University, où il était Research Associate Professor à l'Institute for Humane Studies.

Publications

  • 1979, Abstract Institutions in an Open Society, In: H. Berghel et alii, Dir., Wittgenstein, the Vienna Circle and Critical Materialism, Vienna: Holder-Pichler-Tempsky, pp349-354
  • 1982, Adam Smith's Second Thoughts, London: Adam Smith Club
  • 1983, "Subjectivism, Falsification and Positive Economics", In: Jack Wiseman, dir., Beyond Positive Economics?, Macmillan, London
  • 1984,
    • a. "Hayek and the wisdom of the Age", In: Arthur Seldon, dir., "Hayek's `Serfdom' Revisited", The Institute of Economic Affairs, London, pp65-85
      • Repris en 1986, In: Center for Independent Studies, New South Wales, Australia
      • Repris en 1993, dans l'édition roumaine de "Hayek's Road to Serfdom", Humanitas, Bucharest
        • Nouvelle édition en 1997
    • b. "The Road to serfdom: F. A. Hayek's intellectual Journey", Reason, Décembre, pp55-59
  • 1986, "The Austrian Connection: F. A. von Hayek and the Thought of Carl Menger", In: Barry Smith et Wolfgang Grassl, dir., "Austrian Philosophy and Austrian Politics", Munich: Philosophia Verlag
  • 1988, Habermas, Critical Review; Vol. 2, n°1, Winter
  • 1989, Popper, le liberalisme et la democratie sociale, In: R. Bouveresse, dir., Karl Popper et la science d'aujourd'hui, editions Aubier, Paris
  • 1990,
    • a. From Hayek to Menger, Biology, Subjectivism and Welfare, History of Political Economy, 22, 5, pp189-212
      • Repris en 2004, In: Friedrich A von Hayek: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists, second series, John C. Wood et Robert D. Wood, dir., London: Routledge, Chapter 1, Vol I, pp5-27
    • b. "Adam Smith and the Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp135-150
    • c. "From dialogue rights to property rights: Foundations for Hayek's legal theory", Critical Review, vol 4, n°1-2, janvier, pp106-132
  • 1991,
    • a. Popper, Lakatos and Theoretical Progress in Economics, In: Appraising Modern Economics. Studies in the Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes, Mark Blaug et Neil de Marchi, dir., Edward Elgar Publishing
    • b. Consumer Sovereignty, Prices and Preferences for Higher-order Goods, Political Studies, Décembre, Vol 39, n°4, pp661–675
  • 1992, Subjectivism, Explanation and the Austrian Tradition, In Stephan Boehm et Bruce Caldwell, dir., Austrian Economics: Tensions and New Directions, Boston, Dordrecht & London: Kluwer, pp103-27
  • 1993, "Schütz, Machlup and Rational Economic Man: Some Problems for Economic Imperialism?", Review of Political Economy, 5(4), pp491–507
  • 1995, Philosophical Method, Modified Essentialism and The Open Society, In: I. C. Jarvie et N. Laor, dir., Critical Rationalism, The Social Sciences and the Humanities, Essays for Joseph Agassi, volume II, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp19-39
  • 1996,
    • a. The Political Thought of Karl Popper. London: Routledge
    • b. Hayek and After, Routledge, Londres
    • c. From Divine Corporation to a System of Justice, In: P. Groenewegen, dir., Economics and Ethics?, London: Routledge, pp46-67
    • d. Popper's Political Theory: A Reassessment, In: I. Hampsher-Monk et J. Stanyer, dir., Contemporary Political Studies, vol 2, pp634-641
  • 1997,
    • a. "Hayek, Keynes and the State", History of Economics Review, Vol 26, Winter-Summer, pp68-82
    • b. avec Daniel B. Klein, Good Conduct in the Great Society: Adam Smith and the Role of Reputation, In: Daniel B. Klein,, dir., Reputation: Studies in the Voluntary Elicitation of Good Conduct, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp29-45
    • c. "Francis Newman and the “Austrian” critique of socialism", In, Roger Koppl et Steven Horwitz, dir., "Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 4", Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp199-206
  • 1998, "Popper, Hayek, and the Poverty of Historicism Part I: A Largely Bibliographical Essay", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, September, vol 28, n°3, pp434-450
  • 2004,
    • a. The Contemporary Relevance of Popper's Work, In: A. O'Hear, dir., Karl Popper: Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, London: Routledge, pp291-309
    • b. Popper versus Analytical Philosophy, In: Karl Popper: Critical Appraisals, Philip Catton et Graham Macdonald, dir., London: Routledge, pp99-113
  • 2005, avec John Pike, 'H. B. Acton', In: Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers, Bristol: Thoemmes, May/June
  • 2006,
    • a. Hayek’s politics, In: Edward Feser, dir., The Cambridge Companion to Hayek, Series: Cambridge Companions to Philosophy, Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University press, ch 8, pp148-170
    • b. The Logic of Scientific Discovery, In: J. Shand, dir., Central Works of Philosophy: Volume 4: The Twentieth Century: Moore to Popper, Chesham, Bucks: Acumen, January, pp262-286
    • c. The Empirical Basis, In: David Miller, Karl Milford et Ian Jarvie, dir., Karl Popper: A Centenary Assessment, volume II: Metaphysics and Epistemology, Aldershot: Ashgate, December, pp197-208
    • d. "Hayek, The Road to Serfdom, and the British Conservatives", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 28, n°3, pp309-314
  • 2007, "Smith and the Materialist. Theory of History", In: Peter Earl et Bruce Littleboy, dir., "Regarding the Past: Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the History of Economic Thought Society of Australia", The School of Economics, University of Queensland, St Lucia, pp44-61
  • 2010, commentaire du livre de Calvin Hayes, "Popper, Hayek and the Open Society", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 32, n°2, pp295-297

Bibliographie

  • 1992, Peter E. Earl, "Shearmur on Subjectivism", In: Stephan Boehm et Bruce Caldwell, dir., "Austrian Economics: Tensions and New Developments", Boston, MA, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp129-135
  • 1990, Frank Michelman, "From Dialogue Rights to Property Rights: Reply to Shearmur", Critical review, Vol 4, n°1–2, Winter‐Spring, pp133–143
  • 1999, J. W. Grove, commentaire du livre de Jeremy Shearmur, "The Political Thought of Karl Popper, Hayek and After: Hayekian Liberalism as a Research Programme", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, December, vol 29, n°4, pp540-544
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