Molinari/C4SS/ALL Wild West Tour Dates

Seattle and Las Vegas

Next week I’m off to Las Vegas for the APEE (Harrah’s, 1-3 April), and then to Seattle for the Pacific APA (Westin, 4-7 April). Our sessions are as follows:

APEE, Monday, 2 April:

FMAC Session 1: 1:35-2:50 p.m. [M3.9, Parlor F]:
Topics in Free-Market Anti-Capitalism

chair: Sheldon Richman (The Freeman)

presenters:
Gary Chartier (La Sierra U.), “Fairness and Possession”
Darian Worden (Center for a Stateless Society), “State-Capitalist Plutocracy or Free-Market Progress: Which Way Will We Go?”
Roderick T. Long (Auburn U.), “Enforceability of Interest Under a Title-Transfer Theory of Contract”

commentator: Keith Taylor (U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
 
 
FMAC session 2: 4:15-5:30 p.m. [M5.11, Laughlin room]:
Explorations in Libertarian Class Theory

chair: Roderick T. Long (Auburn U.)

presenters:
Sheldon Richman (The Freeman), “Seeing Like a Ruling Class”
Steven Horwitz (St. Lawrence U.), “Punishing the Poor: The Redistributive Effects of Inflation”
Gary Chartier (La Sierra U.), “Jasay and Libertarian Class Theory”

commentator: David Friedman (Santa Clara U.)

Pacific APA, Saturday, 7 April:

Molinari Society, 7:00-10:00 p.m. (or so) [G9G, location TBA]:
Explorations in Philosophical Anarchy

presenters:
David M. Hart (Liberty Fund), “Bastiat’s Distinction Between Legal and Illegal Plunder”
Kurt Gerry (Independent Scholar), “On Political Obligation and the Nature of Law”

commentators:
Daniel Silvermint (U. Arizona)
Charles Johnson (Molinari Institute)
Roderick T. Long (Auburn U.)

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5 Responses to Molinari/C4SS/ALL Wild West Tour Dates

  1. Michael J. Green March 27, 2012 at 10:04 pm #

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    Gary Chartier (La Sierra U.), “Jasay and Libertarian Class Theory”

    Re-he-he-ally? I hope that makes its way online, whether video or text.

    (oh, and yours as well, Prof Long!)

    • Gary Chartier March 27, 2012 at 10:24 pm #

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      Michael, email me and I’ll be glad to send you what I’ve got. The oral-delivery version is short and fairly rough (the plan is that these will become chapters of a bigger collection we’re putting together).

    • Stephan Kinsella April 1, 2012 at 2:16 am #

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      Agreed. I am also very interested in hearing/reading Roderick’s ““Enforceability of Interest Under a Title-Transfer Theory of Contract””

  2. David Friedman March 28, 2012 at 2:54 am #

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    As I recently emailed Roderick, I do not believe I will be able to comment on the session he is chairing, since it’s scheduled on a day when I teach two classes at SCU. I agreed to participate last year, before there was a schedule, and as far as I can tell by looking over my email archive I was never informed of when the session had ended up being scheduled.

    Perhaps we can do it at some other time and place in the future.

  3. Anon73 April 4, 2012 at 3:29 pm #

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    Well as I understand it title-transfer theory wouldn’t necessarily cover interest at all, so it would be more or less just through agreement and informal convention that loans could be made in that framework.

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