Essays

Bohm-Bawerk Against Marxian Exploitation Theory

As Mises predicted, government interventionism has wrought economic pain for the very people groups it was intended to benefit. This economic pain has, also predictably, resulted in a growing voice amongst an agitated public against capitalism, or at least what they perceive it to be. In its stead, many of the themes and narratives of …

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Governance as a Role vs. the State as an Entity

The following essay seeks to address the foundations of civil order and the mechanisms by which the civil order is enforced.  It is highly influenced by an essay from Hans-Hermann Hoppe entitled “State or Private-Law Society.” The Problem The necessity of an institution which enforces legal property boundaries and punishes criminals that act outside of the parameters …

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Socialist Propaganda and The Plight of Underdeveloped Nations

Mises’ article on “The Plight of Underdeveloped Nations” makes an insightful observation regarding the sad impact of western socialist propaganda on underdeveloped nations— especially during the mid-twentieth century increases of worldwide awareness and globalization. As he points out, the very possibility of “foreign investment” originated when the capitalists of wealthier nations saw profit opportunities in …

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Liberalism Round Two: Bionic Mosquito Edition

UPDATE: BM replied to this and I replied to his reply. ______________________________________ Bionic Mosquito offered interaction with my previous post on liberalism this morning. This was good. It gives me a chance to elaborate, to clarify. What other mosquito do you know of that opens up such tremendous opportunity? I share with my Bionic friend a …

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