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Great point. A discipline develops when many people discuss and compare their views with each other, and there are others who pay them to do it. As different from philosophy in Ancient Greece, economics might have violated both the views of established interests and the moral biases of almost everyone. Hence, no funding and so, no autonomic discourse. As McCloskey observed, economics does not violate the moral biases of innovators, including trade innovators, and all those who come to understand how greatly they profit from it.

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