I know that the action-axiom can be grounded in other epistemological theories, but a main one used is Kant’s Synthetic A Priori. Now, I understand why it is a priori and why it could be considered synthetic; it is a priori because it is reflected upon, and synthetic because its truth-value is validated by denying it. However, when Mises speaks of the action-axiom, he is referring to homo agens, or those humans that do act (at least from my knowledge). If this is the case, then this seems like the action-axiom is an analytic truism because all it would say is that acting human acts; any proposition that is basically stating the same thing over again and not providing new knowledge is considered analytic.
Is there something that I’m missing here, or am I equivocating what a homo agen is?