Subjectivism

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Subjective Value and Market Prices

Production TheorySubjectivism

07/26/2011Audio/Video
Recorded at Mises University 2011. Includes an introduction by Mark Thornton.

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In Defense of Tomb Robbing

Philosophy and MethodologyPrivate PropertySubjectivism

07/06/2011Audio/Video
The grave robber joins the bootlegger, the gunrunner, the drug dealer, and the ivory poacher as another phony criminal created by laws that shouldn't exist, writes Adam Young. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Colin Hussey ...

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Subjective-Value Theory

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

05/30/2011Mises Daily Articles
Value is in the eye of the beholder, and hence voluntary trades are win-win activities.

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Problems with the Cost Theory of Value

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

05/23/2011Mises Daily Articles
The cost theory could not explain what actually forms spot prices on any given day. The Austrians had a better theory. This was an unambiguous advance in the science of economics, analogous to the superiority of Einsteinian relativity over Newtonian mechanics.

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The Economics of Slushy Drinks

Free MarketsEntrepreneurshipSubjectivism

05/02/2011Mises Daily Articles
At $3 a pop, these little things seem like a rip-off. Yet consumers keep buying under the right conditions: mostly sports events for kids. What's more, competition isn't pushing the price down. Let us see how this all makes sense from an economic point of view...

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The Discovery of the Self: The Theory of Subjective Value

BiographiesSubjectivismValue and Exchange

04/20/2011Audio/Video
Menger went on to accomplish a radical break with tradition: a thoroughly individualistic view of humanity and of the world, writes Eugen-Maria Schulak and Herbert Unterköfler. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Paul Strikwerda.

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Everyone Has the Right to __________

Media and CultureSubjectivism

03/16/2011Audio/Video
Social justice actually refers to an intention to use force to acquire one's desires. Not to earn desirable goods by rational thought and action, production and voluntary exchange, but to go in there and forcibly take goods from those who can supply them, writes Ben O'Neill. This audio...

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