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Tag: Hayek

Are American Libertarians Inherently Consequentialists?

While it may seem that libertarians follow a consequentialist line of thinking, this philosophy for approaching the world has its limitations.

Hatred and Polarization Has Ruined Politics

Politics no longer involves civil discussions about learning the argument of the other side. Rather, it has become a hateful sphere of proving your point.

Epistemocracy: If Leaders Knew the Limitations of Their Knowledge

Those in positions of power must recognize that our knowledge is very limited, and that to truly progress we must trust decentralization.

On The Importance of Free Trade in the 21st Century

Unopposed free trade must take the place of the current conglomeration of trade deals and tariffs each country places against each other.

The Difference Between Austrian and Chicago Economics

Libertarians usually adhere to the Austrian or Chicago School for economics. The two schools, while favoring a free market, have some major differences.

“Not Real Socialism” Is An Excuse for Bad Economics

The perspectives of Hayek and Hoppe can help us understand why the good will of socialism often leads to the demise of its citizens.

What is Democracy and Why Does it Suck?

Democracy is the failed god. What is it, though, and why is it failing?

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