Praxeology did not lead to economic questions, but rather, historic economic questions gave realization of the need to consider and extrapolate from praxeological foundations.
For Hans Hoppe, “rightism” is itself not libertarianism. Libertarianism is a rationalistic body of propositions that transcend space and time and whose truthfulness are not bound by particular cultural settings. Rightism, however, exists in the realm of the empirical; it takes into account actual cultural developments, actual norms and habits, and actual inter-personal and inter-familial …
If ever there was a phrase that deserved more widespread repute in libertarian circles, it is the charming title “Tory Anarchist,” which Murray Rothbard— though not the first to apply it— gave to the likes of H.L. Mencken and Albert Nock in his book The Betrayal of the American Right. What he meant by this phrase, together with a case for its adoption today, are the themes of the present article.