September 11, 2013  /  Larry Hirschhorn
Larry Hirschhorn has recently written about “The Folk-Psychology of Money.” In this post he explores a current forecast offered by many economists through the lens of folk-psychology and conceptions of money and credit. Larry argues that our understanding of money as a physical force is based on a social defense to control anxiety. He examine two common attitudes toward credit shaped by this view that can skew economists' thinking, concluding that there are other ways to use credit and money creatively.
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