Austro-Athenian Ethics By Roderick on August 16, 2010 4 I recently had reason to link to my 2006 Mises philosophy seminar files, and saw that the relevant page on the Mises site looks somewhat confusing these days, so I made my own page of links. Anarchy, Antiquity, Ethics, Left-Libertarian, Online Texts, Personal, Praxeology
You can also obtain the audio files of these through MisesU on iTunes. The collection is called “Foundations of Libertarian Ethics”. I’ve been listening off and on at work. I’m currently on #5 – An Aristotelian Ethics of Virtue.
(The iTunes collection does not seem to include the prelude)
That is a magnificent series. And the Q&A sessions are a must listen. It’s well worth waiting through the long stretches of rambling, muffled questions to hear the concise restatement and the answer.
Good move to include the handouts. Can you make available the handouts for your 2010 Mises lectures? I don’t find them on Mises.org.
Am I missing something, or would a book version be the natural next step?
Not wanting to embarrass anyone, but I’m curious…
Who is the elderly man who interrupts you and goes on about his own views during this series?
It was quite unfortunate.