Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Sunday, September 26, 2021
One of, if not the most fundamental difference between the Austrian school and the mainstream neoclassical school is the difference of opinion with regard to the essential epistemological character of economic propositions. The Austrian position is that economic propositions constitute a priori knowledge; that is, knowledge derived, not from observational experience, but from a true axiom. Mises has poignantly articulated the Austrian position:
Friday, September 17, 2021
My first article for the Mallard, Ludwig von Mises, Libertarianism, and Traditionalism, is now available online. In the article, I expound my thesis that Ludwig von Mises held views on cultural issues that would characterise his social thought as typical of traditionalist conservatism.
Read it here: