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The November Issue of The Free Market Is Now Online!

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog11/25/2014

The November issue departs from our usual format and takes a look back at 2014 with a special focus on the Mises Institute’s scholars and alumni.

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Obfuscation Unlimited

Media and CulturePhilosophy and Methodology

Blog11/20/2014
The philosophy of Roy Bhaskar, who died November 19, would ordinarily hold little interest for readers of the Mises Blog.

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Projecting Projection: Paul Krugman

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog08/11/2014

Paul Krugman, an official ranter at a blog hosted at the New York Times, recently wrote a hilarious column on (what he calls) libertarians. As usual, it is not very clear what Krugman...

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Burgeoning Regulations Threaten Our Humanity

Big GovernmentPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog07/08/2014

Insofar as mainstream economics may be said to make moral-philosophical assumptions, it rests overwhelmingly on a consequentialist-utilitarian foundation. When mainstream economists say that an action is worthwhile, they mean that it is expected to give rise to benefits whose total value exceeds...

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'Economic Science and the Austrian Method' now in Italian

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog06/19/2014

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Writes Luigi Pirri:

We are happy to inform you that the Italian translation of Economic Science and the Austrian Method is now available thanks to...

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The Man Who Coined "Anarcho-Capitalism"

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog04/20/2014

Michael Oliver, the man who coined the term Anarcho-capitalism is interviewed on Jeff Berwick's Anarchast. Oliver is now a market technician, but over 40 years ago he wrote a book:...

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Medical Marijauna and Prosperity

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog03/03/2014

Gallop has just released its report on Prosperity and Well Being in the 50 States. North Dakota jumped 18 places to take the number one spot, thanks to the oil...

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The Constitution Failed

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog02/20/2014

If you're still wondering if the US Constitution of 1787 failed to protect liberty, then just look around you. That scrap of parchment is an obvious failure. The US government is the hugest government in the world and meddles in the lives of its citizens (and people worldwide) in every way...

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Krugman Claims Mises Couldn’t Explain the Great Depression

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog01/30/2014
Joseph Salerno writes in today's Mises Daily: In fact, economists are finally beginning to rediscover Mises’s explanation of the prolonged mass unemployment of the...

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