Milton Friedman lectures on the state of freedom, historical trends and identifies the most influential political party of the 20th century. http://www.LibertyPen.com via Milton Friedman – The Future of Freedom – YouTube.
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Would developing more silly walks benefit society? Possibly. But who will pay for them? Professor Art Carden regrets that the only way he can come up with to receive payment for creating silly walks is through receiving a subsidy from the government. If the government subsidized the creation of silly walks, there would surely be […]
The following is a video of Prof. Hoppe speaking at the Rafael del Pino Foundation’s Master Lecture Series in Madrid, Spain, on June 20, 2013: “From Aristocracy to Monarchy to Democracy: A Tale of Moral and Economic Folly and Decay.” From Aristocracy to Monarchy to Democracy. – YouTube.
Hans-Hermann Hoppe delivers his second talk at the Mises Seminar in Sydney, 25-26th November, 2011. A Private Law Society. Hoppe discusses what society without a state would look like- A Private Law Society via Society Without a State [HD] – YouTube.
An excerpt of Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s second talk at the Mises Seminar in Sydney (http://www.mises.org.au/), entitled “A Private Law Society”.Daily Bell: How would law and order be provided in this society? How would your ideal justice system work? Dr. Hans-Hermann Hoppe: In a private law society the production of law and order — of security — […]
Tom Woods on what’s wrong with the libertarian movement. wood anti-rothbard cult via 297. The Anti-Rothbard Cult.
From Eric Field at The Libertarian: Hans-Hermann Hoppe is one of the most defining of contemporary libertarian thinkers. A graduate of the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany and a former Marxist, Hoppe’s is best known for his rigorously logical examination of culture, human action, and the state. Hoppe has at times courted controversy for his belief […]
Written in 1951, this is one of Leonard Read’s earliest pamphlets on what he called “the philosophy of freedom.” As was often the case in Read’s essays on spreading the message of liberty, Read notes that the first step is evaluating one’s own thinking. Communism and socialism, Read contends, are not ideologies that exist somewhere […]
In this 1967 essay, Leonard Read lays out what might best be termed a sociological study of libertarian activism. Read attempts to identify different types of personalities and individuals who are likely to be amenable or resistant to the message of free markets and liberty. Read then goes on to examine the proper methods of […]
“Progression or advancement never graces anyone who succumbs to the notion that he has arrived—“has it made,” as we say. This mortal moment, if seen aright, is featured by growth in awareness, perception consciousness, day in and day out. To act otherwise is to write one’s own death sentence-life’s high purpose abandoned. It is well […]