I’m at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, speaking to the Society of Undergraduate Philosophers about Eudaimonistic Approaches to Libertarianism on Thursday, and to the Students for a Stateless Society about Robert Nozick, Class Struggle, and Free-Market Socialism on Friday.
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This is what I was doing last weekend.
This is what I was doing yesterday.
This is what I’m doing this coming weekend.
… and offers a left-libertarian analysis of the bailouts.
Well, sort of.
(CHT Elizabeth Brake.)
Josef Šima of Prague’s CEVRO Institute interviews me.
The interview’s in Czech, but you can read the Google Translate version (somewhat mangled, inevitably) here. (No, I have no idea what “inspires the ocean” means.)
The pictures are from my Honduras and Istanbul trips, not from any of my Prague trips.
Here are the slides from the Čapek/Kafka/Hašek talk discussed in the interview. For some reason the file for part 1 on my site has become defective; but part 2 is fine. Complementarily, the Mises website has part 1 but not part 2.
Part 1 (from Mises.org)
Part 2 (from Praxeology.net)
The best examples of lies can be found there.
To me, social media is the worst menace to society.
– Turkish prime minster Erdoğan
The C4SS statement of solidarity with the Turkish protestors has been posted.
I wrote most of it (as is only appropriate, since I caused the revolt), though borrowing some language from our earlier letter on Egypt (which was mainly Brad Spangler’s work), a phrase from Gary Chartier, and a suggestion from Kevin Carson.
The hyperlinks were all supplied by James Tuttle.
I would also like to thank prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, without whom this statement would not have been possible.
My C4SS piece on 19th-century laissez-faire was printed as an op-ed in the Opelika-Auburn News today (in the print edition, not so far the online edition).
This wasn’t a pickup from the C4SS feed or submission list; I was going to write a letter to the editor, but I asked if they’d be willing to take the op-ed instead, and they said yes.