On this very Christmas Day 2014 my first book, Ethics of Action, is available through the Kindle Store for purchase. A copy can be yours for just $1.20, partly because the book is very short, and partly because it’s my first. A curious truth-seeker won’t necessarily jump at the chance to spend $5+ only to discover that they can see through the arguments a book offers. My choice of price is partly intended as an acknowledgement that, as people try out the book, they will find fault with it and I will have to revisit and revise it bit by bit to be a sounder work. All Amazons ship this charming ditty of an ebook, so whether you’re in the US, UK, FranceGermany, Canada, or anywhere else, you can get it!

The point is to offer a moral philosophy using praxeology to justify itself. If I successfully do that, then I will have justified my assertion that I am a libertarian because I am an Austrian. Now all that ‘I’ business is out of they way it’s time to be a litle less egotistical and a little more ready for the possibility that the enterprise has not worked yet. The reason this is odd is because praxeology is simply the study of human action, an area which, in and of itself, is concerned only with what ‘is’, not what ‘ought’ to be in a philosophical sense, unless the natural order that the praxeologist identifies from her or his inquiries is desirable for creating or reinforcing liberty given the chance…

That’s my gateway in. Does it work? Only a read-through will tell. And do tell!