Warren J. Samuels’ review of The Invisible Hand in Economics kindly starts with the following sentence:
This study by a sensitive and imaginative intellect is a substantive contribution to the literature developing the meaning of the concept of ‘‘the invisible hand’’ while simultaneously attempting to establish how interpretation can be structured to convey ‘‘understanding’’ albeit not ‘‘truth.’’
However, Samuels review is the most critical review I have recieved so far. You may read the full review here.
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