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Human Action Seminar

Human Action Seminar 2002

June 2, 2002 - 9:45 AM to June 8, 2002 - 9:45 AMAuburn, Alabama

Tags Big GovernmentMonetary TheoryPraxeologyValue and Exchange

FACULTY 

SCHEDULE  

SUNDAY June 2

Registration and Reception at the Mises Institute 

MONDAY June 3

  • Session I: Human Action in the History of Thought. Salerno             
  • Session II: Acting Man. (Chap 1, pp. 1-29) Hülsmann             
  • Session III: Epistemological Problems. (Chap 2-3, pp. 30-71) Gordon             
  • Session IV: Revolt Against Reason.  (Chap 3-5, pp. 72-104) Herbener             
  • Piano Concert             
  • Social Hour and Discussion

TUESDAY June 4

  • Session I Uncertainty and Action. (Chap 6-7, pp. 105-142) Hoppe             
  • Session II Human Society. (Chap 8-9, pp. 143-194) Reisman             
  • Session III Exchange Within Society; Calculation. (Chap 10-13, pp. 195-232) Klein             
  • Session IV The Scope and Method of Catallactics. (Chap 14, pp. 233-257) Salerno             
  • Social Hour and Discussion

WEDNESDAY June 5

  • Session I The Market. (Chap 15, pp. 258-323) Klein             
  • Session II Prices. (Chap 16, pp. 324-394) Salerno             
  • Session III Indirect Exchange. (Chap 17, pp. 395-475) Hoppe             
  • Session IV All-Faculty Seminar I. Thornton             
  • Social Hour and Discussion

THURSDAY June 6

  • Session I Action in the Passing of Time. (Chap 18-19, pp. 476-534) Herbener             
  • Session II Interest, Credit, Trade Cycle. (Chap 20, pp. 535-583) Hülsmann             
  • Session III Work, Wages. (Chap 21-22, pp. 584-641) Reisman

FRIDAY June 7

  • Session I The Data of the Market. (Chap 23-24, pp. 642-684) Gordon             
  • Session II Socialist Calculation. (Chap 25-26, pp. 685-711) Hoppe             
  • Session III Intervention. (Chap 27-30, pp. 712-773) Reisman             
  • Session IV Currency Manipulation.  (Chap 31-33, pp. 774-816) Hülsmann            
  • Social Hour and Discussion

SATURDAY June 8

  • Session I War and Welfare. (Chap, 34-36, pp. 817-857) Klein             
  • Session II Economics in Society. (Chap 37-39, pp. 858-881) Gordon             
  • Session III Roundtable on The Legacy of Mises and the Future of Economics             
  • Session IV Mündliche Prüfung (optional exams for honors certificate)        
  • Barbecue and Wrap-up

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