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  • Re: Has anyone developed Thymology?

    I am wrong? Let me be more factual. From Mises Made Easier... Psychology . Psychology is concerned with the minds of men. It has two major meanings. The sciences of human action are not primarily concerned with the physiological meaning, sometimes known as natural or experimental psychology. Whenever...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bank Run on Sun, Jun 20 2010
  • Re: Has anyone developed Thymology?

    I probably am not of use on this subject? I believe thymology is more the physiological study of psychology. Like, the more times we do some actions the better we get at them. This forms sort of river beds in the mind. Examining the mind is hard for several reasons. One I find is that in general folks...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bank Run on Sat, Jun 19 2010
  • Re: Praxeology and Realism

    Welcome to the forum Sam and thanks for the interesting thread. [quote user="Sam"]The following are ideas I have read about, rather than my position. I do think they merit consideration, but I haven't reached a conclusion yet. (I just thought I'd clear that up so I don't get labelled...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Torsten on Tue, Jul 15 2008
  • Re: Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, where does a libertarian begin?

    Click, Thymology It's awesome that this stuff is all here online. From Mises Made Easier Psychology . Psychology is concerned with the minds of men. It has two major meanings. The sciences of human action are not primarily concerned with the physiological meaning, sometimes known as natural or experimental...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bank Run on Tue, Jan 15 2008
  • Re: Ron Paul the Racist?!?!

    [quote user="Deus X. Nihilo"]Um, "people with a more collectivist/cooperative attitude will have a competitive advantage over...pure individualists?" Are you seriously claiming that individualists don't value cooperation? That self-described individualists are necessarily atomists...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Torsten on Sun, Jan 13 2008
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