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Praxeology

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Praxeology is a theory of human action or practice. Etymologically deriving from the Greek word praxis (‘purposeful action’) and logos (‘word’ or ‘thought’ or ‘principle of knowledge’), the origins of praxeology lie in the concern of Greek moral philosophers, notably Aristotle, with knowledge in the service of human betterment, what we might now term fulfilment or ...

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