Mises's Apriorism Against Relativism in Economics

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von Mises Daily Article by Thorsten Polleit

Ludwig von Mises (left) and Karl Popper (right)

The close followers of the work of Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973), one of the leading thinkers of the Austrian School of Economics, maintain that economics is an a priori science, "a science whose propositions can be given a rigorous logical justification, which distinguishes Austrians, or more precisely Misesians, from all other current economic schools."[1]

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