Tagged: Praxeology

Quotes

Armen Alchian, Uncertainty, Evolution, and Economic Theory (1950)

Augustine, City of God

Bruno Leoni, Freedom and the Law (1961)

Debra Satz, Rational Choice and Social Theory (1994)

F.A. Hayek, The Sensory Order (1952)

F.A. Hayek, The Counterrevolution of Science (1955)

F.A. Hayek, Studies in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (1968)

Frank Knight, The Economic Organization (1934)

Georg Simmel, The Philosophy of Money (1907)

George Selgin, Praxeology and Understanding (1990)

Israel Kirzner, Perception, Opportunity, and Profit (1979)

James Buchanan, Cost and Choice (1969)

Jan Pavlik, Austrian Economics and the Problem of Apriorism (2006)

Jonathan Edwards, Freedom of the Will (1754)

Karl Popper, Epistemology Without a Knowing Subject (1968)

Ludwig Lachmann, The Legacy of Max Weber (1971)

Ludwig Von Mises, Epistemological Problems of Economics (1933)

Ludwig Von Mises, Omnipotent Government (1944)

Ludwig Von Mises, Human Action (1949)

Ludwig Von Mises, Theory and History (1957)

Ludwig Von Mises, The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science (1962)

Peter Boettke, Rational Choice and Human Agency in Economics and Sociology: Exploring the Weber-Austrian Connection (1998)

Philippa Foot, Free Will as Involving Determinism (1957)

Richard Wagner, Mind, Society, and Human Action (2010)

Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974)

Roderick Long, Passionate Amnesia: Xenophon’s Solution to the Socratic Paradox

Roderick Long, Wittgenstein, Austrian Economics, and the Logic of Action (2001)

Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica (1274)

W.H. Hutt, The Theory of Idle Resources (1939)

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    • Jun2022:02
      Factual issues aside, how did something as rambling and pointless as that Hyena matriarchy article get published at @voxdotcom in the first place?
    • Jun2017:08
      RT @GarettJones: Using ostensibly arbitrary focal points–Schelling points–to decide what is deplorable and what is not deplorable is an important and useful tool among socially connected human beings.

      From the first paragraphs of Schelling’s Nobel address:

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