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By the same token, the failure of economic orthodoxy to forward a consistent theory of employment, inflation and crisis shall not surprise anybody. In this sense, these essays shall contribute to disentangling ignorance and disinformation, to uncovering racism and obscurantism, to clarifying the links between ideology and social reality, with the purpose of providing a truly descriptive vision of society that sheds light on the actual interdependence and interplay configuration in the prevailing (world) capitalist system in a way amenable to mathematical techniques of analysis.
The process of mathematisation is not all obvious, whenever one insists on keeping ties to the real social phenomena under study and avoids abstracting completely from the multiple manifestations and complex structure of mankind's struggle for survival within the perspective of social reproduction. Thus, at the heart of investigation we have various crucial aspects of development in an economy of state nations in the periphery and then the process of mathematisation of them. In this sense the present inquiry breaks, in the words of Paul Baran, "with the time-honored tradition of academic economics of sacrificing the relevance of the subject matter to the elegance of analytical method" , since as he argues, "it is better to deal imperfectly with what is important than to attain virtuoso skill in the treatment of what does not matter" .
For a rare example of the 'sublime', we can think of Max Weber's ingenious system of 'value-free ideal types'. technology of the of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and his meditating followers, with their 'scientifically quantifiable' mumbo-jumbo about the' square root of the world's population'. Istvan Meszaros (see , pp. 189-190) Meszaros' picture is not encouraging and the option of reorienting science toward scientific practices at the service of human needs is definitely not optimistic, because constructive alternatives seem to be conceivable only if the system itself turns to an essentially more human society.