Misesian Praxeology and Christian Philosophy
Zanotti, Gabriel J.
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This essay is an attempt to demonstrate that Mises's praxeology does not contradict Christian philosophy. To develop this thesis, several concepts must be defined. I use the term Christian philosophy similar to the way Gilson used it, namely, as a philosophical statement that demonstrates the freedom and personal nature of God, the spiritual character of human intelligence, free will, and an objective moral order. The principal author of these arguments is Thomas Aquinas, but this does not exclude the influence of others, including contemporary thinkers, who would be useful for the same philosophical purposes