The proposition that economist Ludwig von Mises was a feminist is an apodictic impossibility.
The proposition that economist Ludwig von Mises was a feminist is an apodictic impossibility."Libertarian Feminists Make A Move On Von Mises" WorldNetDaily.com, March 28, 2014
The rule is derived inductively from experience , therefore does not have any inner necessity, is always valid only for special cases and can anytime be refuted by opposite facts . On the contrary, the law is a logical relation between conceptual constructions; it is therefore deductible from upper [übergeordnete] laws and enables the derivation of lower laws; it has as such a logical necessity in concordance with its upper premises; it is not a mere statement of probability, but has a compelling, apodictic logical value once its premises are acceptedLudwig von Bertalanffy (1928, 1933) Kritische Theorie der Formbildung p. 91; as cited in: M. Drack, W. Apfalter, D. Pouvreau (2007) "On the making of a system theory of life: Paul A Weiss and Ludwig von Bertalanffy's conceptual connection". in: Q Rev Biol. 2007 December; 82(4): 349–373.
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