It is difficult to stir up controversy when you agree with nearly all of your colleague’s observations. In the end, I think that the differences of perspective between Professor Boettke and me are mostly semantical. Since I am an economist, I do not disagree with the majority of Boettke’s ideas; yet, I am also a philosopher, so I know that philosophy can provide assistance to economics by developing methodological rigor. My response will consist of philosophically unpacking some of Boettke’s statements. The danger here, of course, is that some new, rather significant differences may arise.