“What Is a Scientific Theory?” by Mark R. Crovelli
For beings that lack omniscience, collection and interpretation of empirical evidence can only yield imperfect and subjective beliefs about how the world “works.” Instead, absolute certainty in science can only be acquired by discovering propositions about the world that can be known to be true a priori.
“The Greatest Economic Charity” by F.A. Harper
Professor Mises’s main renown is as an economist. Yet to me he is a charitable person even more than an economist.
Mises Daily: Friday, January 06, 2012
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