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Q: What is the interelation between Politics Philosophy and economics
Answer: Essentially philosophy is the key subject since it is the oldest of the three, and its boundaries are very widely drawn. Historically, both economics (or 'political economy' as it was originally called) and politics were branches of philosophy, in as much as the fomer was focused upon the moral justification for a particular allocation of resources, while the latter was designed to answer the question 'what is the best form of government'? Both of these are philosophical questions, since philosophy is a PRESCRIPTIVE discipline. It is concerned with 'the good life' and thus what sort of conduct (by individuals or governments) advances JUSTICE. Hence originally the model of perfect competition in economics was seen to represent the best form of organisation, since it provided for allocative efficiency - i.e. supply was in accordance with consumer demand. Similarly, 'the best form of government' would be one where the interests of citizens were reconciled, where there was an appropriate balance between rights nd responsibilities, and where the pursuit of justice for all citizens was the primary aim. Of course since the 18th century both economics and politics have broadened their scope considerably - the former in a mathematical direction and the latter to encompass political sociology, etc. The key issue is that both now focus on WHAT IS questions, while philosophy focuses on WHAT OUGHT TO BE questions.

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