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Overview
  • Human Action is the magnum opus of Ludwig von Mises about praxeology, the study of human action and choice. Although a tome of a book, a review has likened reading it to "imagine yourself in a large mansion that is dark but for the nightlights along the wall. You stumble from switch to switch, feeling your way around. Then someone comes along and throws on a switch that illuminates the whole building, inside and out, including the grounds outside. This is what Human Action does."

    • What is the book Human Action like?
    • Where can I get copies online, of various eBook formats, and audiobooks?
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