1 South Ukrainian K. D. Ushynsky National Pedagogical University (Odesa, Ukraine)
Received: 12 December 2017 / Accepted: 21 May 2018 / Published: 10 October 2018
The problem of the expansion of the economics into other areas of public life has been the subject of intense discussion for more than a century, and modern attempts to conceptualize the complex and multicomponent field of economic relations, both in social and in personal terms, are articulated in the concept of “Homo economicus”. The concept of special productivity gains in the context of the application of the methodology of metaphysics. The metaphysics of the economics has a significant potential for the phenomenal and noumenal differentiation, which is extremely important in the era of simulation. Comparing the simulation of the present, the methodology of metaphysics articulates subjectivity in the coordinates of the economics. Such a universal approach allows us to verify the complex problem field of the study “Homo economicus”, having carried out its revision (rehabilitation).
Keywords: economics, metaphysics of economics, Homo Economicus, economic existence, methodological paradigm
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