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Mark R. Crovelli

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Mark R. Crovelli writes from Denver, Colorado.

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Has David Howden Vindicated Richard von Mises’s Definition of Probability?

11/07/2009Libertarian Papers
Abstract: In my recent article on these pages (Crovelli 2009) I argued that members of the Austrian School of economics have adopted and defended a faulty definition...
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On the Possibility of Assigning Probabilities to Singular Cases, or: Probability Is Subjective Too!

06/13/2009Libertarian Papers
Abstract: Both Ludwig von Mises and Richard von Mises claimed that numerical probability could not be legitimately applied to singular cases. This paper challenges this aspect of the von Mises brothers’ theory of probability. It is argued that their denial that numerical probability could be...
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What Belongs to Caesar?

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09/02/2008Mises Daily Articles
Men have, in other words, a right to secede from a state they deem immoral, for whatever reasons.
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The Trouble With Axelrod: The Prisoners' Utility Cannot be Measured or Compared

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06/16/2006Mises Daily Articles
The problem with this assumption is that it is quite impossible to construct a scale of measurement for human preferences — both for individuals and especially for groups of individuals.
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What Empiricism Can't Tell Us, and Rationalism Can

01/26/2006Mises Daily Articles
According to the empiricist, writes Mark Crovelli, nothing about the social world can be known with apodictic certainty.
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