Recently, I’ve been spending some time studying praxeology, trying to gain a deeper understanding of Austrian methodology. I’m currently reading Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s Economic Science and the Austrian Method and Chapter II of Ludwig von Mises’s Human Action, which deals with the “epistemological problems of the sciences of human action”. And these are everything else that I can find on the subject.
- FEE on Praxeology.
- FEE on Methodology.
- Mises Media on Praxeology.
- Mises Literature on Praxeology, Methodology, Methodological Foundations.
- And, finally, Roderick Long’s website on Praxeology.
In addition, I’m reading The Mind and The Market (by Jerry Z. Muller) which is a fascinating account of the history “not of economic ideas”, as the author stressed, but “of ideas about the capitalist economy”. It’s been an interesting read so far, about the history of Jews and usury; I can’t wait for the later chapters about Voltaire, Burke, Hegel, Marx, Weber, Schumpeter, Keynes, among others.