Another entry in my Libertarianism.org Greek series, this one on personal liberty in ancient Athens.
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The conference schedule for the upcoming Alabama Philosophical Society (Oct. 2-3) is now online.
This’ll be the first year I haven’t been to the APS since I came to Auburn in 1998. But this coming weekend I’ll be in Reykjavík, Iceland (first time!), to do my left-libertarian lambada at a European Students for Liberty Regional Conference there.
[cross-posted at BHL]
Today’s the 13th anniversary of the Molinari Institute. Coming up in the next few months from our fledgling publishing program: my Foundations of Ethics lectures, some 19th-century libertarian classics, and the first issue of the Molinari Review.
My highly acrimonious and hostile debate with Walter is now online:
Walter Block and I are debating thick vs. thin libertarianism tomorrow, technology permitting.