Theory and History

The Mises Circle is back for another exciting semester exploring economic theory in the tradition of the Austrian school!

Our first reading is the introduction to Ludwig von Mises’s Theory and History, a book Murray Rothbard called “by far the most neglected masterwork of Mises.”

In 14 short pages, Mises covers a breathtaking amount of fundamental ideas in the study of praxeology: from methodological dualism to means and ends.

So read up. Or don’t. Just come and have a fun discussion on what it means to really study economics.
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E-book in multiple formats:
Preface by Murray Rothbard:
When: Monday, September 17th at 7pm
Where: Waggener 308