Review of Austrian Economics, 11: 145–162 (1999) ° c 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers Some Notes on Alfred Schutz ¨ and the Austrian School of Economics: Review of Alfred Schutz’ ¨ s Collected Papers, Vol. IV. Edited by H. Wagner, G. Psathas and F. Kersten (1996) MIE AUGIER he Austrian/American philosopher, Alfred Schutz ¨ (1899–1959) is a ﬁgure who has received particular interest from sociologists, although his ideas should be stimulating to the social sciences more broadly, including economics, and par- ticularly Austrian economics. In many ways, the vision Schutz ¨ followed was very close to especially Ludwig von Mises’ vision of praxeology—the study of human action. Both Mises and Schutz ¨ aimed at understanding the essence of purposive ac- tion, but only recently have the afﬁnities between Alfred Schutz ¨ and the Austrian School become an important theme in the historiography of the Austrian School (e.g., Boettke (1998b), Koppl (1997), Kurrild-Klitgaard (1997), Prendergast (1986, 1993)). This is the case even though the role of interpretive reasoning within Austrian economics has been long understood to be very important (see e.g., Boettke (1990), Prychitko (1995)). Ini- tiated by a well-known essay by Christopher Prendergast (1986), a number of impor- tant contributions
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