Lord Keynes is so Confused it’s not Even Worth It


Here is a statement from this post:

“So praxeological truths can be used to make contingent predictions by means of conditional statements (e.g., if x, then y) about the future, but the Austrian is not a “praxeologist” when doing this, but a ‘forecaster.'”

However, the Austrian IS a praxeologist when doing this. The praxeologist isn’t even stating whether “x” will actually occur!

Jeez. I am not even going into his confusions about the Austrian position on marginal utility.


I could be giving Lord Keynes way too much credit. He could just be the worlds biggest troll for all I know.


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