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    On the Morality of Trade

    Having read Mises' Human Action and some of Hoppe's works. I have some thoughts on Trade and Traders developed with an economist's praxeological incentive-based view.

    I think it is original, at least in application of the method to this subject. If some of you are readers of Austrian economics, this might stir-up some thoughts you will find valuable. Let me know what you think.
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    Last edited by merkelstan; 09-15-2020 at 07:47 AM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by merkelstan View Post
    Having read Mises' Human Action and some of Hoppe's works. I have some thoughts on Trade and Traders developed with an economist's praxeological incentive-based view.

    I think it is original, at least in application of the method to this subject. If some of you are readers of Austrian economics, this might stir-up some thoughts you will find valuable. Let me know what you think.
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    I'd like to take a look, but I'm not seeing any text or link or anything.

    You might need to directly paste it into the forum post.
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