Thursday, February 09, 2006

New at Mises.org

Economics as an a priori science.

2 comments:

  1. Good article Gene. I might just add it to my Austrian II reading list. In particular I liked the thing about no experiment being able to prove the utility of conducting experiments. And the Lewis Carrol thing was good.

    That reminds me, I once checked that book out full of excitement, but it was a disappointment. I thought it was more silly than incredibly deep. It's definitely deep in the 365-1 example you mention, but I thought that was more the exception. Should I give it another try?

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