New Year’s Eve Progress

During the New Year's Eve I've finished the conspectus of

Turner, Stephen Park & Turner, Jonathan H. (1990). The Impossible Science: An Institutional Analysis of American Sociology. Sage Publications. (Amazon Link)

It was quite a wonderful guide through the history of American social science, not through the ideas, though, but through the hierarchies, organisations, and so on.

The New Year holidays were thus spent on getting all the scientists of interests catalogued within my second brain (and all their works downloaded and stored just in case).

Now I feel that I am capable of returning to the good old ‘Human Action’ by Ludwig von Mises.

A Plan for a Holiday

I have finally got my hands on the ‘Human Action’ by Ludwig von Mises in paper, so it is finally time to make a great summary of it in about a month's time.

Since my main focus in the research is related to the critique of the modern ‘Sociology’, I am going to read this foundational writing in a rather unorthodox manner.

For me, the critique of the historical and economic sciences unfolded by Mises is much more important than his critique of socialism.

Take a look at the chart