Transcript
  • 00:20    |    
    Brief introduction to philosophy
    • A priorism
    • The analytic and the synthetic
  • 03:01    |    
    Kant
  • Synthetic a priori truths
  • 05:31    |    
    Austrian School of Economics and the a priori truths
    • Mises and the logic of action
    • Aristotle and the intelligible structures
    • A priori is not "before experience"
  • 10:07    |    
    Carl Menger, an Aristotelian
    • A picture of Carl Menger
    • Carl Menger and the Austrian School of Economics
    • The notion of a "good"
    • General essence and connection of economic phenomena
    • Mises and "Man acts"
    • Rothbard: "In defense of extreme a priorism"
  • 14:56    |    
    The philosophical theory of the (non-Kantian) a priori
  • 18:11    |    
    Adolf Reinach
    • The a priori foundations of the Civil Law, 1913
    • The ontology of the promise
    • Speech acts
    • The general ontology of social interaction
    • Ontological structures
    • Spontaneous acts
    • Spontaneous acts and language
    • Self-directability of the mental acts
    • Non-self directable external spontaneous acts
    • Commands
    • The parts of promises and other social acts
    • Some social acts do not need uptake
    • Commands depend on relations or authority
    • Enactments
    • Lasting impressions
    • Non-physical social entities
    • The tendencies to act
    • The structure of the promise
  • 39:23    |    
    The beginnings of positive law
    • Modifications of social acts
    • How do modifications occur?
  • 43:25    |    
    Positive law
    • What does positive law consist of?
    • A priori law vs. Positive law
    • Two kinds of social science
  • 48:50    |    
    Searle
  • 51:10    |    
    The complex feat
  • 51:47    |    
    According to Kant...
  • 51:58    |    
    According to Reinach and Menger...
  • 53:16    |    
    Final words
  • 53:36    |    
    Questions
    • The concept of a priori
    • The promise
    • Are we born ethical?
    • Is the promise kept in order to obtain benefit?
    • Theory of good and bad
  • 01:00:19    |    
    End


The Austrian Economics and the Foundations of the Civil Law

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The Austrian Economics and the Foundations of the Civil Law
Barry Smith

Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, August 1, 2003

A New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, August 2008
Camera / digital editing: Rebeca Zuñiga; index: Inés Zúñiga; publication: Fernando De León.

 

 


Conferencista

Barry Smith is Director of the National Center for Ontological Research…

IDEAS DE LA LIBERTAD

Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín