Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Facebook icon
LinkedIn icon
Twitter icon
A
A
Home | Mises Library | What Austrian Scholars Should Know About Logic (Any Why)

What Austrian Scholars Should Know About Logic (Any Why)

  • The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
0 Views

Tags Philosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

07/30/2014Steven Yates

 

Volume 8, No. 3 (Fall 2005)

 

Why is logic, usually thought of as a branch of philosophy, important to Austrian scholars, most of whom are economists and not philosophers? The aim of this paper is to sketch a number of reasons and draw some conclusions. It is worth observing, first, that David Gordon’s An Introduction to Economic Reasoning , possibly the only economics text written from an Austrian-School point of view, begins with a brief discussion of deductive logic as the primary tool of economics.

Image source:

Cite This Article

Yates, Steven. "What Austrian Scholars Should Know About Logic (Any Why)." The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 8, No. 3 (Fall 2005): 39–57.

Shield icon interview