I am really sorry for the vague question. I was going through some research on excessive math in economics, and I stumbled across this thread Criticism of Math in Economics One of the comments was - ".... the most interesting thing here is this concept of "mathiness", which is subtle, because it is not about "garbage premises and then super mathematics" but about something much more subtle but equally critical: mapping verbal concepts to math symbols without proper justification.."
This comment was by a person called Alecos Papadopoulos.
I have been reading along these lines & fields for weeks trying to understand the link between language, maths and prescriptive claims. As I am a new user, I have 0 reputation, and no idea on how to circumvent that problem. Hence, I am posting this question in desperation. If anyone on this site, has any resources, papers, suggestions for this, I'd greatly appreciate. Thank you for your help in advance.