Frederic Bastiat the radical. We think we know Bastiat from ‘The Law’, but his work in economics and social theory actually spans thousands of pages. And he was a thoroughgoing radical in his personal and professional life, both in his Basque hometown of Bayonne and in the “Babylon” of Paris. Hart makes the case that […]
Learn philosophy from the view of maximum liberty. Learning the core principles of the philosophy of freedom and consistently apply them in life.
Tom Woods with the takedown of the mythical social contract.
Patrick Byrne, the rare philosopher-capitalist, discusses the historical origins of liberty and explains the greatest threats to it that exist today.
Murray Rothbard explains how slavery abolitionists were successful – and what we libertarians can learn from them.
This is an excerpt where Hoppe talks about lifeboat situations and hypotheticals.
Is the globalism that seeks to concentrate power in a few unelected international bodies like the UN and IMF about to spectacularly crash? Will a new internationalism, driven by technology, replace the geographic nationalism of the 20th century?