Joseph T. Salerno

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F or the most part Ludwig von Mises's writings on society and social evolution have been ignored by the participants in the current revivals of both Austrian economics and classical liberal political philosophy. When his social theory has been addressed, Mises appears to his critics (Barry 1987, p. 59) as "a child of the Enlightenment wrongly deposited in(More)
This study continues the anti-realist's quest for a principled way to avoid Fitch's paradox. It is proposed that the Cartesian restriction on the anti-realist's knowability principle 'ϕ, therefore 3Kϕ' should be formulated as a consistency requirement not on the premise ϕ of an application of the rule, but rather on the set of assumptions on which the(More)
F or roughly the first three quarters of the nineteenth century, the "liberal school" thoroughly dominated economic thinking and teaching in France. 1 Adherents of the school were also to be found in the United States and Italy, and liberal doctrines exercised a profound influence on prominent German and British economists. Although its numbers and(More)
*Please do not quote without permission of the author. 2 The managerial function. .. can never evolve into a substitute for entrepreneurship. The fallacy to the contrary is due to the error confusing the category of entrepreneurship as it is defined in the imaginary construction of functional distribution with conditions in a living and operating market(More)