You say that current Walrasianism is the wrong approach. That is true, of course. You take ‘Society is an Organism’ as a ‘hook for getting people to think in the right way’. This, unfortunately, is also a failed approach since Veblen founded the subdiscipline of evolutionary economics (strictly speaking Malthus founded it and Darwin borrowed it). Here are the reasons why.
- Are economists methodological retards?
- The Science-of-Man fallacy
- From PsySoc to SysHum
- Getting out of proto-scientific garbage
- PsySoc — the scourge of economics
- Redefining economics
Economics has to develop its own methodology and neither copy it from Newton nor from Darwin. Imitation is exactly, as Feynman pointed out, what makes a cargo cult science (see Wikipedia). Evonomics does not pass the scientific fitness test but has some survival chances as a sitcom.