Category Archives: Category: Praxeology

“Mises proposes the term “praxeology” (the logic of action) for the branch of knowledge exemplified by economics.”
– Praxeology and Economic Science [1]

“Praxeology is a framework for modeling human action. The term was coined and defined as “The science of human action” in 1890 by Alfred Espinas in the Revue Philosophique, but the most common use of the term is in connection with the work of Ludwig von Mises and the heterodox Austrian School of economics.”
– Praxeology [2]

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‘The dimension of feeling..’ – ‘The Myth of Efficiency’

‘Thus we can note – and not without cause to worry – that for decades now we have been able to talk about an effective conscious world” which dominates an affective conscious world” in such a way that the affective life is strongly curbed if not repressed and this in an ever increasing way: in this “world of effectivity” pragmatism and intellectual rationalism reign. There is no room for feelings, emotions: for affectivity. The dimension of feeling — and all that concerns the affective life — is considered as lacking in interest and therefore has no place in this world, as it is of no economic or political value. This dimension would only disturb, in a awkward way, the economic processes of development and production.’

‘..where we learn the Art of Being Human’

(2Grid) To create the environment where we learn the Art of Being Human in our electrical environment in an affective open ambiance of intuitive theoretical concreteness under praxeological law (of cause and effect in human affairs. [1])