I'm curious about your thoughts. Much of the rest is laid out too, the exact schedule just isn't ready for prime time yet. "Sandmo" refers to Agnar Sandmo's overview book, which is our main text.
Also - maybe this is obvious to those of you who teach history of thought, but I'm going to mention more than this - I just don't want to ask them to read a whole chapter from Smith, for example, when I'm only going to talk about a paragraph.
The class on the 13th is my innovation... we'll have other discussions like this but this will be the only lecture dedicated to it. I think it's very important to understand how history of thought evolves into modern research agendas and ideas.
My worry is I'm assigning too little... but I'm also worried if I assign too much they won't read what really needs to be read.
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