Apologies and Explanation
I had a setback to my recovery programme on Wednesday night, necessitating a short sojourn overnight in hospital. Now home, but I am feeling very tired and unsteady. This event, hopefully not too serious, will slow me down a little.
The first casualty of this situation looks likely to be my participation in the Annual Conference UK History of Economic thought at Keele University, England, on 3-5 September, at which I was to present my new paper:
“The Myth of the Invisible Hand – A View From The Trenches.”
This is particularly disappointing for me because the participants are a cross section of European scholars interested in the history of ideas in economic thought, and while I would not necessarily agree with their criticism, they certainly test the robustness of ideas from their in-depth knowledge of various fields.
However, should any Lost Legacy readers be interested in reading my paper, I can send an email copy to you and would welcome your comments.
Meanwhile I shall get on with my recovery exercises, determined not to submit to irritating but I hope, temporary, difficulties. One thing about hospitals is that you see very serious other cases, much further from recovery than ones self.