Mises and Montaigne: A Note
Casto Montero Kuscevic and
Marco Del Río Rivera ()
History of Political Economy, 2015, vol. 47, issue 2, 335-341
Ludwig von Mises coined the term “Montaigne dogma” to refer to situations in which someone’s gain is someone else’s loss. In this article we show that imputing the dogma to Montaigne is not only unfair but, most importantly, incorrect.
Keywords: Ludwig von Mises; Michel de Montaigne; Austrian school (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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