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No science can avoid abstract concepts, and he who abhors them should stay away from science and see whether and how he can go through life without them.A Critique of Interventionismp. 89Science
One has to recognize that science is not metaphysics, and certainly not mysticism; it can never bring us the illumination and the satisfaction experienced by one enraptured in ecstasy. Science is sobriety and clarity of conception, not intoxicated vision.Epistemological Problems of Economicsp. 46Science
Science does not give us absolute and final certainty. It only gives us assurance within the limits of our mental abilities and the prevailing state of scientific thought. A scientific system is but one station in an endlessly progressing search for knowledge.Human Actionp. 7; p. 7Science
Science is competent to establish what is. It can never dictate what ought to be.Planned Chaosp. 30Science
Science is universally human, and not limited by nationality, bound to a particular time, or contingent upon any social class.Epistemological Problems of Economicsp. 152Science
There are fads and fashions in the treatment of scientific problems and in the terminology of the scientific language.The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Sciencep. 69Science
There are no laboratory experiments in human action.Economic Policyp. 35Science
What life and death are eludes its grasp.Epistemological Problems of Economicsp. 44Science
What matters is not whether a doctrine is new, but whether it is sound.Planning for Freedomp. 53Science
Whether we see the greatest value in wisdom or in action, in neither case may we scorn science. It alone shows us the way both to knowledge and to action. Without it our existence would be only vegetative.Epistemological Problems of Economicsp. 46Science
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