A Quote by Ludwig von Mises on human action, free will, and economy
The vigorous man industriously striving for the improvement of his condition acts neither more nor less than the lethargic man who sluggishly takes things as they come. For to do nothing and to be idle are also action, they too determine the course of events.
Source: Human Action: A Treatise on Economics (Scholars Edition), Pages: 13
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