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Thanks for this post. I especially appreciate the liknk to you other post. Could you possible let me know where I can get François Guillaumat disseration. I would like to understand a priori more. I have reaad Mises and to be honest, he is hard to follow and would love to read and understand it much more. Thank you.

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No economist I have ever met has, when asked, given me an empirical reason for why demand curves slope downward. Rather, it is always an a priori argument concerning the nature of human action, whether they admit it or not; e.g., argument from marginal utility, ends and means, rationality, etc.

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