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The a priori knowledge of praxeology is entirely different—categorically different—from the a priori knowledge of mathematics or, more precisely, from mathematical a priori knowledge as interpreted by logical positivism. The starting point of all praxeological thinking is not arbitrarily chosen axioms, but a self-evident proposition, fully, clearly and necessarily present in every human mind…The characteristic feature of man is precisely that he consciously acts.
— Ludwig von Mises

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