Mises, Ludwig von. EPISTEMOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF ECONOMICS
Princeton, NJ: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1960. 230 by 160mm (9 by 6¼ inches). Original canvas boards; xiii, , 239 pp. First English Edition (previously published in German in 1933). Ex library, but otherwise very good. Interior crisp. This book presents Ludwig von Mises’s (1881–1973) views on the logical and epistemological features of social interpretation as well as his argument that the Austrian theory of value is the core element of a general theory of human behavior that transcends economic science. Unique among Mises’s works because it contains a collection of essays in which he contested the theories of intellectuals he respected such as Carl Menger, Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, and Max Weber. At the time of cataloguing, this is the best price for the first edition.
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