The article deals with the contributions given by two non-economists such as Benedetto Croce and Antonio Gramsci to economic thinking. In fact, Croce's contirbution was intended to be more pervasive, since he discussed the relevance of Marxian economics as compared to mainstream economics. On his side, Gramsci focused Ricardo's alleged concept of "determined market", which Gramsci considered to be the main legacy classical political economy was to leave to Marxism. He attempted at discussing such topics with his friend Piero Sraffa, but his conditions of prisoner rendered this discussion almost prohibitive.
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