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North Texas Objectivist Society (NTOS) Message Board › An interesting article from the Ludwig von Mises Institute...

An interesting article from the Ludwig von Mises Institute... "The Assault on Logic" by Yates

A former member
Post #: 38
Ole Misey was an Objectivist before the term had ever been invented. He and Rand would have loved eachother. Its too bad they never met.

Anyway, here is a fun little article. It is the first chapter from a proposed book.

Organizer's Note
Edited to clarify title to help me place in Table of Contents.
-- Todd
David V.
Atlanta, GA
Post #: 32
Mises was not an Objectivist - he was an epistemological intrinsicist and ethical subjectivist.

Mises and Ayn Rand did meet – she attended his discussion sessions, and many of Mises’ students attended hers -- a number of their students “cross-pollinated” as a result.

They did not love each other, but they were friendly and publicly recommended each other’s books.

However Ayn Rand was very critical on Mises’ analysis of human action and anarchist libertarian views of groups like the Mises Institute.
A former member
Post #: 42
What did Mises espouse on human action that she didn't agree with?

I don't have to ask about the anarcho-capitalism. That is a little obvious.
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