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Example of an economic deduction made from the axiom of action?

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im_retarded Posted: Tue, Feb 15 2011 9:46 PM

To help further my understanding of their methodology, I feel like I need an example of a deduction from the action axiom. It's just how my brain works I guess (John Gatto on the failures of public education anyone?).

For example, when I was learning about a priori I came up with "three feet in a yard" to help myself understand it more. I can't seem to do something like this (deduce from action) to understand more.

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