[Editor's Note: Exciting things have happened as BHL has gotten more exposure, and as more people have heard our arguments about the importance of varying approaches to liberty as a force for cultural change. One of the exciting things is that we’ve discovered a BHL sub-culture in the arts/music world. We’ll be exploring connections between BHL [...]
I’ve contributed the opening essay to an exchange on “Gustave de Molinari’s Legacy for Liberty” at Liberty Fund’s new “Liberty Matters” forum.
Responses by Gary Chartier, Matt Zwolinski, David Friedman, and David Hart will be forthcoming in a few days, followed by exchange among the five of us.
Thanks to Sheldon Richman for [...]
In honour of May Day, the website of the Center for a Stateless Society has just undergone a massive and beautiful redesign.
Here’s how the site looked when C4SS first launched in 2006.
Here’s how it looked last month.
And here’s the C4SS website [...]
Warning: shameless puffery ensues.
The second issue of The Industrial Radical (iRad for short), the Molinari Institute’s left-libertarian market-anarchist magazine, went in the mail to subscribers yesterday (after a long delay, owing in part to formatting changes resulting from a switch in computers between issues), with articles [...]
On May 14, we will hold a workshop at McGill on Alex Gourevitch’s manuscript Something of Slavery Still Remains: Labor and the Cooperative Commonwealth. Gourevitch is Assistant Professor of Political Science at McMaster University, soon to be Assistant Professor of Political Science at Brown University, and one of the authors of [...]
It gives me great pleasure to welcome the newest addition to BHL – Bas van der Vossen! Bas is currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, specializing in political philosophy and the philosophy of law. He’s published a number of interesting papers, all of which are available on [...]
Next Tuesday, April 2nd, around lunchtime, I’ll be giving a talk to the Federalist Society at the University of Arizona on price gouging. Contact info on the website, but they’ve got the date wrong. It’s Tuesday, not Friday.
Then, on Thursday, April 11th, I’ll be debating Debra Satz [...]
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