Topic: Epistemology


A.N. Whitehead, An Introduction to Mathematics (1911)

Adam Ferguson, An Essay on the History of Civil Society (1767)

Andy Clark, Mindware (2000)

Andy Clark, “Language, Embodiment, and the Cognitive Niche” (2006)

Arjo Klamer, “Towards the Native’s Point of View: The Difficulty of Changing the Conversation” (1990)

Armand Borel, “Mathematics: Art and Science” (1983)

Arthur Melzer, Philosophy Between the Lines (2014)

Brian Arthur, Complexity and the Economy (2015)

Bruce Wexler, Brain and Culture (2006)

C.S. Lewis, Rehabilitations and Other Essays (1939)

Dierdre McCloskey, The Rhetoric of Economics (1985)

Doug North, Understanding the Process of Economic Change (2005)

Edmund Husserl, Logical Investigations (1900)

F.A. Hayek, The Road to Serfdom (1945)

F.A. Hayek, Individualism and Economic Order (1949)

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

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

F.A. Hayek, The Constitution of Liberty (1960)

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

F.A. Hayek, “The Moral Imperative of the Market” (1986)

F.A. Hayek, The Fatal Conceit (1988)

F.Y. Edgeworth, “The Value of Authority Tested by Experiment” (1888)

Frank Knight, Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit (1921)

Fritz Malchup, “The Problem of Verification in Economics” (1955)

G.L.S. Shackle, Time in Economics (1958)

Gabriel Zanotti, “The Epistemological Implications of Machlups Interpretation of Mises’s Epistemology” (2013)

Georg Simmel, The Philosophy of Money (1907)

George Selgin, Praxeology and Understanding (1990)

Gottlob Frege, Logic

Gottlob Frege, Basic Laws of Arithmetic (1893)

Gottlob Frege, Logical Investigations (1918)

Hans-Georg Gadamer, Philosophical Hermeneutics (1966)

Hans-Georg Gadamer, Truth and Method (1975)

Henry Rogers, “An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Jonathan Edwards” (1834)

Israel Kirzner, “Method, Process, and Austrian Economics” (1982)

J Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know (2003)

James Buchanan, Cost and Choice (1969)

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

John Piper, Martin Luther: Lessons From His Life And Labor (2012)

John Stuart Mill, On Liberty (1859)

Karl Popper, “Epistemology Without a Knowing Subject” (1968)

Karl Popper, Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach (1979)

Leland Yeager, “The Significance of Monetary Disequilibrium” (1986)

Ludwig Lachmann, Capital, Expectations, and the Market Process (1940)

Ludwig Lachmann, The Legacy of Max Weber (1971)

Ludwig Von Mises, Human Action (1949)

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

Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philisophicus (1922)

Martin Luther, On the Bondage of the Will (1525)

Morris Cohen, Reason and Nature (1931)

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

Peter Boettke, Calculation and Coordination (2000)

Peter Boettke, “From The Philosophy of Mind to the Philosophy of the Market” (2002)

Phillip Tetlock, Expert Political Judgment: How Good is It? How Can We Know? (2005)

Ralph Rector, “The Economics of Rationality and the Rationality of Economics” (1990)

Richard Niebuhr, Christ and Culture (1951)

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

Roderick Long, “Realism and Abstraction in Economics” (2006)

Roger Koppl, Big Players and the Economic Theory of Expectations (2002)

Roger Koppl, “Does The Sensory Order Have a Useful Economic Future?” (2003)

Stephen Davies, “Why We Need a Liberal Theory of History” (1999)

Steven Horwitz, “Monetary Exchange as an Extra-Linguistic Social Communication Process” (1992)

Steven Horwitz, “From The Sensory Order to the Liberal Order: Hayek’s Non-rationalist Liberalism” (2000)

Thomas Hill Green, Prolegomena to Ethics (1884)

Thomas Kuhn, The Essential Tension: Selected Studies in Scientific Tradition and Change (1977)