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In the terminology suggested by Sir John Hicks, classical economics was plutology, and post-1870 economics became catallactics (Hicks 1976, pp. 212-216). [Mises used the word frequently, (Mises 1949, p. 3)]. By the turn 34 Method, Process, and Austrian Economics of the century a rudimentary theory of markets, not, to be sure, without its open problems (Edgeworthian recontract), had been brought into existence. The second task, if not solved, had at least been tackled. After the turn of the century, however, a new issue arose that divided the partners of our loose coalition and eventually drove the Austrians into isolation.
What in our view matters most is that the ever-wider meaning acquired by the term has enabled us to see, and gain an understanding of, features of our world and our minds that formerly had no place in our field of vision. We may describe the evolution of subjectivism from Menger through Mises to Shackle as an evolution from a subjectivism of given wants through one of given ends to that of active minds. In this process of the widening of meaning of subjectivism the work of Mises has a prominent and honorable place.
I will agree~ however, that there are two different kinds of conceptual problems for the economic theorist that closely parallel the distinction Buchanan wants to make between reactive and active choice. To illustrate, assume a state government imposes an excise tax on hard liquor sold in that state (the human equivalent of changing the number of lever presses in the laboratory). Humans quite quickly react to the change in prices by buying less liquor. As time goes on even less liquor is purchased at higher prices as they predictably start driving across the state line to import 26 Method, Process, and Austrian Economics cheaper liquor from a neighboring county and as local producers start firing up their illegal stills.