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Positivism and Behaviorism

  • Audio Mises Daily
October 20, 2010

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The most obtrusive champion of the neopositivist program concerning the sciences of human action was Otto Neurath, who, in 1919, was one of the outstanding leaders of the short-lived Soviet regime of Munich and later cooperated briefly in Moscow with the bureaucracy of the Bolsheviks, writes Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973).

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