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In this connection it seems reasonable to approximate in the short-run the dynamics of changes in the system by the sum of two displacements: the first one as due to the macroscopic drift of the surrounding socioeconomic environment while the second as a random displacement caused by unpredictable system fluctuations and shocks. One may think of these changes as generating among other things, a sort of chaotic behaviour and confusions of an global-relative as well as a permanent-transitory character, which are typically attached to intertemporal decisions in situations marked with incomplete and asymmetric information.

The main value of this model is rather of a rhetoric nature: it gives the illusion of freedom, harmony and justice an apparently scientific flavour attainable at the equilibrium state - lying at infinity - which the economy will reach in due time provided economic agents behave well and in no way disturb this inexorable process. That this picture is not consistent with the physicomathematical model it supposedly imitates can be seen for instance in [150], concerning its mathematical flaws see [113] and regarding misconceptions of an economic theoretical nature there is a wealth of references going from Keynes, Joan Robinson, Sraffa, Pasinetti, Hollis and Nell, Eichner, Hodgson and many others.

E. the normative and planning point of view. This is an outcome of the recognition that the existence of an external world composed of individuals, which are actually overdetermined by their mental and physical activities, and the material conditions determining their existence, give rise to the need of acquiring additional knowledge of that external reality. This need of knowing closer an external reality existing independent of the knowing subject obeys the aim of changing it, in accordance with material conditions one may expect or desire to prevail, see [52].

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