The Activistic Basis of Knowledge

  • Ludwig von Mises
Keywords: Epistemology, Praxeology, Human Action, Timology


The author discusses the human action, its fields in the social sciences as opposed to the natural sciences, refutes a unified science as unattainable, and explains Praxeology and History, as well as their logical character, as the two branches of human action and, finally, the Thymological Method.


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Mises, L. (2013). The Activistic Basis of Knowledge. MISES: Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Law and Economics, 1(2), 325-336.
Epistemology & Ethics

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