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praxeology

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praxiology

(prăk′sē-ŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of human conduct.

prax′e·o·log′i·cal (-ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
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We have tried to show that these parts of monetary theory are truly praxeological laws, deduced from the basic principles of the science under the specific conditions needed for monetary exchange.
Coefficients of effectiveness in life insurance companies: a praxeological approach
Attempts to refute this praxeological view of economics were made by some classical economists, and also by the logical positivism of the XIX century and its later implications, especially in neoclassical economics.
He offered a sociological, praxeological explanation for why a mujtahid, acting as a judge, should not change his position every time his interpretation changed on account of the loss of confidence this might cause among subjects of the law.
The survey showed a "tense and partly contradictory image" when it came to problem-solving strategies: On the one hand, there was "the option for the awareness of determining disciplinary boundaries; on the other hand, there was "the determination of the discipline as a seismographic and praxeological organ, depending on emerging social problems in the field of communication" (Kroll, 1980, p.
In doing so, they would believe themselves to be claiming higher ideological and theological ground while concomitantly expressing aversion and disavowal of praxeological violence, both their own and God's.
If I schematize in praxeological terms what happened, I would compress Edwards' work to say this: Global models need global data.
Here it is difficult not to notice a deep continuity between Mises' praxeological method of economics and Gadamer's hermeneutics.
Taking on a different aspect of practice, Matthias Kluckmann's "Practicing Community: Outline of a Praxeological Approach to the Feeling of We-ness" follows some like terrain.
Praxeological stream was determined by the possibility of using the achievements of praxeology, in particular with regard to determining of the conditions for the most efficient functioning of teams.
The current of thought on collective health in Colombia and in Latin America has propitiated important progress in overcoming the hegemonic proposal on health/disease, through the development of a broad theoretical, methodological, and praxeological framework that addresses the complexity and multidimensionality of health to explain the origin and distribution of the diseases of individuals and of communities in different territories.