3. Looking for controversies
5. Consequences The very first consequence of our proposal is the eradication of « micro – macro » lessons. We no longer want the teaching of economics to focus on tools, as if they could be separated from their meaning – the theories and views of the world that use them. We saw above that such « technical teaching » of economics was perfectly consistent with the idea of an « economic science », made up of various techniques, accepted by all, that could be used on any and every subject. But as we equally saw, such a view is completely misleading, even if one insists on considering economics as a science. The proper condition of science is precisely its contingency, the uncertainty of its results, and the fallibility of its knowledge. In the case of economics, such uncertainty and fallibility are extreme, as everyone knows.
Conclusion : science is not technique
 The change was quite brutal : a few years ago, the author of these lines had the chance to read texts from authors like Kaldor, Robinson, Marx, Marshall, etc. in first year, but he no longer has the opportunity to teach them to his students.
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