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  • Re: The epistemological status of Praxeology.

    Yes, the analogy is a bit badly chosen. And proofs for the existance of God are usually far more elaborate. Sometimes they are kind of a tautological or axiomatic nature and use introspection. Human action could be disputed by claiming that humans are just automatons that act upon stimuli, which can...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Torsten on Wed, Jun 27 2012
  • Is abstraction necessarily a human action?

    Is abstraction necessarily purposeful behavior? Alfred Korzybski (General Semantics) takes the view that the process by which any organism's nervous system produces a sense perception of the "outside world" is abstraction. The abstraction is a neurological consequence of the limiting physiological...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by jpg on Mon, Aug 4 2008
  • New Book Just Completed

    I would like to announce that I have just completed work on my most recent book: Striving and Attainment - A Theory of Social Interaction. I have posted it in Word document form on my web sites adamknott.com and praxeology.com In the book, I present the theory of ethics which I have been developing as...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by Adam Knott on Mon, Aug 4 2008
  • New Free Audiobook: Hans-Hermann Hoppe's "Economic Science and the Austrian Method"

    Greetings. I have now made available a free audiobook version of Hans-Hermann Hoppe's Economic Science and the Austrian Method , which you can find at http://progressofliberty.today.com/hoppe-austrian-method/ I hope that you enjoy listening to it. I will be periodically adding new recordings of Austrian...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by G. Stolyarov II on Sat, Jun 14 2008
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