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  • Production ≠ Creation?

    In the "Production" section, which follows the "Creative Genius" section of Human Action , Mises defines prouction as (p. 140) not an act of creation [...]. The producer is not a creator. Man is creative only in thinking and in the realm of imagination. In the world of external phenomena...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Alan Aversa on Tue, Dec 27 2011
  • The Inherent Emotionalism of Politics?

    I am new to the forums but have been following AE and libertarian politics for a few years now. I used to be very interested in the Ron Paul campaign and other minarchist causes but have slowly been immersing myself in the anarcho-capitalist literature. My ultimate stance on that ancient debate, however...
    Posted to General (Forum) by The Inquisitive Inquisitor on Sat, Jan 22 2011
  • Anyone from Ireland?

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    Posted to Newbies (Forum) by JonnyD on Sat, Dec 11 2010
  • Re: Praxeology

    [quote user="I. Ryan"] [quote user="AJ"] I don't think the other fields have been developed much yet. Anything that can be studied in terms of human action can in theory be a field of praxeology. I have seen psychological action and ethical action be referred to as possible fields...
    Posted to General (Forum) by AnonLLF on Wed, Jan 27 2010
  • Adam Smith as a Praxeologist?

    I'm sure that no one would disagree that "The Wealth of Nations" is at least in part a treatment of praxeology, but what about "The Theory of Moral Sentiments"? I just began reading it, and I'm not sure whether it is pure psychology or if it is also Praxeological in nature...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Attackdonkey on Thu, Jun 18 2009
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