A respected French political philosopher, Bertrand de Jouvenel examined a number of topics to do with power and the role of the state.
We discuss the two most common philosophical justifications for libertarianism: consequentialism and rights-based theories.
“The twentieth century’s major political developments flow from the coercive nature of the state.”
When the government uses price controls to influence the affordability of products, shortages or surpluses occur - often making the problem worse.
Roy Childs, Jr. reviews Bertrand de Jouvenel’s important book, On Power.
The Foundation for Economic Education’s pro-liberty mission is directed by the recognition that ideas have consequences.
In 1978, “a major event at the Mont Pelerin meeting was a special session on the libertarian movement around the world.”
Tom G. Palmer provides a comprehensive overview of the vast literature on libertarianism, free market economics, and the philosophy of liberty.
Literature of Liberty’s attempt to produce a full bibliography of works by, about, and relevant to Friedrich Hayek.