The Irony Of Praxeological Apriorism

[I]n retrospect, isn’t it ironic that not just a single thinker, but a group of thinkers have tried to construct a logic of rational action, and extend it into a logic of cooperation, and further into a logic of economics, by using a method of philosophical argument that is expressly not constructed of actions – operations?

It is ironic. Its Ironic as hell.

But when the irony ends we are left with a tragedy.

We lost a century. And we may have lost a century of our liberty because of it.

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