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Roscher’s organistic legacy

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Roscher believed that human existence is rooted in organic nature. In his view, a national society can be regarded as an organism in which households function as mutually dependent organs. Examines the nature of Roscher's organicism, which to a certain extent is characteristic of the historical school through its link with historicism. Outlines the roots and development of Roscher's organicism. Considers the related ideas of other economic theorists.

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