"Human activity either involves the searching for
new goals, or trying to fulfill established goals." Conventional
economics deals with:
both searching and fulfilling.
neither searching or fulfilling.
searching, but not with fulfilling.
fulfilling, but not with searching.
Economists assume that:
people have reasonable goals.
people's goals are not manipulated by advertising.
people have goals and act logically
to obtain them.
learning where goals come from is a central task