especially when they sound half crazy, but I still largely agree with them: Kick it over manifesto

Mostly it’s an overwrought rant against neoclassical economics (though it could be applied much more widely to the discipline of economics), but I do love this:

You claim to work in a pure science of formula and law, but yours is a social science, with all the fragility and uncertainty that this entails. We accuse you of pretending to be what you are not.

Oh, so true, so true.  I’m on the same page with them . . . here . . . and here . . . and here, etc.

Perhaps this manifesto answers the question I asked at the end of this post.