Friday, May 15, 2009

TPS Book Club: Human Action

Over the next 12 weeks, I will be blogging my way through Human Action. If any of you are interested in reading along, we can discuss chapters in the comments section each week. I plan to post on Fridays and cover around 70 pages per week. The first post will be on May 22; it will cover chapters 1 and 2.

If you do not own the book already, the Mises Institute has a PDF of the 4th edition available for free. The Library of Economics and Liberty also offers an online version. Additionally, you can purchase a copy from FEE or Amazon.

I really hope some of you join me, especially if you've never read anything by Mises.

9 comments:

Justin M Ross said...

This is cool of you to do. I'll do my best to join in, as I have been called out.

Suzie said...

Productive peer pressure. I like it.

Juris Naturalist said...

I'm in, Will. Good prep for Fall.
Nathan

Juris Naturalist said...

LvMI also has the first few sections of HA in audio.

Will Luther said...

Justin: No pressure. Life is about trade offs! I get that.

Suzie: I hope that means you are joining us.

Nathan: Thanks for the heads up. And good to hear you are joining in on the fun.

Matt E. Ryan said...

Yes! I read the first half of this under the tutelage Pete Leeson at WVU during my first year but didn't do the rest...and I've ben wanting to get back into it. Great idea, Will.

Admiral said...

Wow, this is great! We have been meaning to do this on Awkward Utopia (the UF Economics Society blog) for a while. Count me in!

jb said...

Hmmmm, I planned to do this myself...a chapter per week on my site. Of course, nobody reads my garbage, so I am the proverbial tree falling in the forest. I guess I'm in, as long as you don't mind someone who is not a student/prof at the moment.

Matt Wolf said...

I'm in. Rothbard's "America's Great Depression" will have to wait on the bookshelf for me.