The epistemological implications of Machlup’s interpretation of Mises’s epistemology

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Title: The epistemological implications of Machlup’s interpretation of Mises’s epistemology
Author: Zanotti, Gabriel J.; Cachanosky, Nicolás
Abstract: We argue that Machlup's (1955) interpretation of Mises’s epistemology is at least, if not more, plausible than Rothbard's (1957). The implications of Machlup’s interpretation of Mises and Austrian epistemology affect Austrians, non-Austrians and how they relate to each other. Machlup’s interpretation shows that Austrian’s epistemology is well grounded and that most criticisms of Austrian economics based on their aprioristic characteristic are misplaced. Furthermore, Machlup’s interpretation provides a potential road to re-built the academic interaction between Austrians and nonAustrians that was characteristic of the early twentieth century
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URI: https://riu.austral.edu.ar/handle/123456789/422
Date: 2013


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