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also prax·i·ol·o·gy  (prăk′sē-ŏl′ə-jē)
The study of human conduct.

prax′e·o·log′i·cal (-ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
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(Philosophy) of or pertaining to praxeology
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It is because she is praxeological [relating to the study of human action, based on the notion that humans engage in purposeful behavior], and thus perfectly capable to make decisions all by herself based on her needs, means and ends.
Witt, Comment, Individuals and Inheritance Taxes: A Praxeological Examination of Pennsylvania's Inheritance Tax, 114 Penn St.
Indeed, he writes (Mises 1981, 131-32) that it "provides both a refutation of those theories which derive the origin of money from a general agreement to impute fictitious value to things intrinsically valueless and a confirmation of Menger's hypothesis concerning the origin of the use of money." Mises also insists on the general a priori nature of monetary theory when he writes (Mises 1998, 38, 40): "In the concept of money all the theorems of monetary theory are already implied" and: "Unaided by praxeological knowledge we would never learn anything about media of exchange.
The article builds into the praxeological method used in an earlier description of the patterns of negotiation in the Council of the EU (8).
Research within the area of praxeological dimension of a person in the Polish security studies should be based on the following detailed research problems:
A plea for the praxeological approach of radical socio-ecological change.
Although Tullock regarded himself as directly influenced by Mises and Mises's praxeological approach, the strongest criticism of his own work, ironically enough, came from what he referred to as "the Reisman-Rothbard wing of Von Mises' [sic] followers." (4) Tullock's relationship with other Misesians--namely, Murray N.
Pilotto's professional trajectory and his contributions to the education of Parana were the object of our investigation (Silva, 2009, 2014a), which sought to trace the relations established by the intellectual in different fields of activity (artistic, educational, literary and political) and brought as its theoretical support Bourdieu's praxeological epistemology contributions and the concept of trajectory.
Particularly in the area of recruitment, selection and retention of individuals with an optimal set of characterizations, ones that enable organizations to obtain the assumed level of effectiveness which is defined by the proposed dynamic measures of effectiveness based on praxeological assumptions.
Nor do we have to interpret Mises to say that only praxeological theory can explain all historical processes in the economy.