Echo Dot countdown boutiques-francophones Introducing Fire TV Stick Basic Edition WFM home Kindle sports Tools

Customer Review

on April 2, 2004
I thought that von Mises here is using the narrow minded dogmatism that he professes to be against. In omnipotent government he says that he is against polylogism, but this whole damn book was polylogic. He doesnt seem to allow for the possibility that socialists have mistaken ideas or just disagree on how society SHOULD be run, which is exactly the same thing that he blamed the socialists of. Mises morally was a utilitarian, and if he had taken the time to familiarize himself with the teachings of Bentham(the founder of utiliarianism), he probably knew Bentham was not the firm believer in the rule of law that von Mises professed to be. Bentham favored stuffing people into poor houses, so that they would be out of sight and out of mind. Of course, von Mises was included in the happiness for the great number, provided that he happened to be included in the greatest number and we could fudge the fact that the rule of law could be abandoned in pursuit of this endeavor.
0Comment|Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abuse| Permalink
What's this?

What are product links?

In the text of your review, you can link directly to any product offered on Amazon.com. To insert a product link, follow these steps:
1. Find the product that you want to reference on Amazon.com
2. Copy the web address of the product
3. Click Insert product link
4. Paste the web address in the box
5. Click Select
6. Selecting the displayed item will insert text that looks like this: [[ASIN:014312854XHamlet (The Pelican Shakespeare)]]
7. When your review is displayed on Amazon.com, this text will be transformed into a hyperlink, such as:Hamlet (The Pelican Shakespeare)

You are limited to 10 product links in your review, and your link text may not be longer than 256 characters.