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The Phantom Economy

The Hedgehog ReviewVol. 12, No. 2 (Summer 2010)

From the Editors

THE PHANTOM ECONOMY

The Madoff Affair and the Casino Economy

Robert Jackall

The Derivative World

Caitlin Zaloom

The Great Mortification: Economists’ Responses to the Crisis of 2007–(and counting)

Philip Mirowski

Painful Numbers

Joseph E. Davis

A Bibliographic Review of the Financial Crisis, 2007–2009

Madeline Chiavini, Colleen Kelly, and Matthew Panhans

BOOK FORUM: SHOP CLASS AS SOULCRAFT

Agency Versus Autonomy

Matthew B. Crawford

How Not to Let a Crisis Go to Waste

Albert Borgmann

Autonomy as Necessity, Agency as Compensation

Richard Stivers

Dimensions of Freedom

Gordon Marino

Crawford Responds

ESSAYS & SHORT TAKES

The American Jewish Revival of Musar

Geoffrey Claussen

Tuned In

Waking Up in a Contentious World

Thomas DeGloma

Historic Peace Churches

interview

A Conversation with Artist Karen Parker Lears on “Swansquarter: The Wound-Dresser’s Dreaming”

Jennifer L. Geddes

BOOK REVIEWS

Peter Demerath’s Producing Success

Reviewed by Murray Milner, Jr.

Renée C. Fox and Judith P. Swazey’s Observing Bioethics

Reviewed by Leigh Turner

Casey Nelson Blake’s (ed.) The Arts of Democracy and
Louise C. Johnson’s Cultural Capitals

Reviewed by Kristine K. Ronan

Alain Ehrenberg’s The Weariness of the Self,
Laura D. Hirshbein’s American Melancholy, and
Pam Stavropoulos’s Living under Liberalism

Reviewed by David Healy


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