Ludwig Mises: Mises Institute Lectures
Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises was a notable economist and social philosopher. Von Mises was born in Lemberg, Austria-Hungary. Early on, von Mises was particularly interested in history and politics. After graduation, in 1900, he therefore began to study at the department of law and government science at the University of Vienna.
Titles of Lectures by Ludwig Mises include:
"Liberty and Property"
"Recollections from the University of Vienna"
"Socialism versus Free Market Exchange"
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Robert Higgs: The State is too Dangerous to Tolerate
Fri, Jul 22, 2016
Our week-long Mises University begins this Sunday night, and all keynote lectures will stream free via mises.org/live or our Facebook page. The week kicks-off with Tom Woods Sunday night, followed by Judge Andrew Napolitano Monday evening. So plan on tuning-in: the full schedule is here!
Dr. Robert Higgs delivered one of our most popular and most-watched Mises U speeches in 2013, a terrific exposition entitled "The State is too Dangerous to Tolerate". It's an intellectual tour de force from Higgs, where he demolishes many of the popular misconceptions about (and justifications for) the state in one compelling talk. This is Dr. Higgs at his most formidable, and well worth an hour of your time, this weekend. It's the kind of content that you won't hear anywhere else. Download File - 54.9 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Jeff Deist: Hillary, Trump, Brexit, and BLM
Fri, Jul 15, 2016
Jeff joins Daniel Ameduri of FutureMoneyTrends.com for a no holds barred discussion of current events, including Trump vs. Hillary, Gary Johnson's chances, the symbolic importance of Brexit, and why the leftwing focus of groups like Black Lives Matter will make society more violent, not less. Download File - 17.3 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Jeff Deist: Whatever Happened to Peace Officers?
Fri, Jul 08, 2016
Jeff is traveling this weekend, but in light of Thursday night's shooting of police officers in Dallas, we decided to run a talk he gave two years ago entitled, "Whatever happened to Peace Officers?"
The growth of the state, the militarization of police forces, and the increase in violence both by and against officers are interrelated—but, as libertarians we should avoid the easy emotional cliches and sound-bite answers. We should be better than the left and right, who hijack every tragedy in service of their narrative.
Rodney King famously asked, "Why can't we all just get along?" It starts with dialing back state power. Download File - 21.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Michael Boldin: Unyoking Ourselves
Fri, Jul 01, 2016
This weekend, Michael Boldin from the Tenth Amendment Center joins Jeff Deist for a discussion of pure tactics and strategy.
In the wake of Brexit, do libertarians have a real opportunity to make the case for breaking away? Is it time to stop trying to convince millions that liberty is better, and start unyoking ourselves? Can secession and nullification movements really work against political elites? And how do we get started at the local level? Michael is the perfect guest to answer these questions. Download File - 24.7 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Ryan McMaken: The Brexit Earthquake
Fri, Jun 24, 2016
Ryan McMaken, editor of Mises.org, joins Jeff to figure out what the shocking Brexit vote really means. Are secession movements and political decentralization always good for liberty? Why do some libertarians disagree? Why does the Left love centralized state power, when in fact progressives could enact their entire agenda here and now—if only in certain states like California? Is a growing tide of anti-globalist sentiment necessarily bad for Hillary and good for Trump? And, will Brexit lead to much bigger implosions, such as an actual Eurozone nation leaving the EU and resurrecting its old currency?
For further reading see Murray Rothbard's journal article "Nations by Consent: Decomposing the Nation-State" and Ryan McMaken's book Commie Cowboys: The Bourgeoisie and the Nation-State in the Western Genre. Download File - 24.3 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Godfrey Bloom: What Brexit Means
Fri, Jun 17, 2016
The UK is poised to vote on Brexit next week, deciding for the first time since 1975 whether to leave the European Union. The Brexit vote mirrors populist, nationalist, and anti-globalist trends around the world, and if successful it raises serious questions about the viability of the Euro itself. The whole world is watching, and markets are nervous: rarely is globalism so directly challenged.
Here to discuss Brexit is Godfrey Bloom, the great un-PC British politician who was a member of the European Parliament—where he sometimes quoted Rothbard to an uneasy audience of continental technocrats. Jeff Deist and Bloom discuss the odds of whether the "leave" campaign will be successful, whether the ECB's failure to prevent sovereign debt crises in Europe influences the vote, whether Brexit would cause actual Eurozone countries to follow suit, and what Mises had to say about theoretically taking self-determination and secession down to the individual level.
For further reading, see "The UK's EU referendum: All you need to know" by Brian Wheeler and Alex Hunt. Also, watch Godfrey Bloom cite Murray N. Rothbard in "The State is an Institution of Theft". Download File - 20.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
How Minority Groups Really Advance
Wed, Jun 15, 2016
Ryan McMaken appears on the Tom Woods Show to discuss his recent article, “The Trouble with Public Accommodation.” Download File - 32.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
The Trouble with Conservatives
Fri, Jun 10, 2016
Conservatives once stood for judicious use of government power and minding our own business in foreign affairs. Today, 100 years after the beginning of the progressive revolution, conservatives don't conserve anything. They vote for big-government schemes, favor globalism over real capitalism, and advocate an aggressive foreign policy that installs American troops around the globe. They've lost any claim to the mantle of "limited government," and lost every battle concerning abortion and social issues. Worst of all, Republicans have created a bloated jobs programs for themselves—Conservatism, Inc.—that shows nothing but contempt for its own voting base.
Is the GOP the next Whig party, consigned to history?
For further reading, see Murray Rothbard's The Betrayal of the American Right, Justin Raimondo's Reclaiming the American Right, and "The Coming Conservative Dark Age" by Matthew Continetti.
See also the Mises Institute's online archives of The American Mercury (1936–1943). Download File - 21.6 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Jeff Deist: The Trouble with Progressives
Fri, Jun 03, 2016
Mises defined liberalism as rooted in property. Modern progressives and social justice warriors—mislabeled as "liberals"—attack property as an impediment to their program of radical egalitarianism. In their view, all human conduct must be viewed through the filters of identity politics, privilege, and undefinable concepts of social justice. Disagree with them and you'll find your campus building or political rally attacked by angry demonstrators who view dissent as hate.
Where does libertarianism fit into this equation? Should we adopt the premises, language, and goals of progressives, but argue for achieving them through capitalist means? Should we inform our worldview using utilitarianism? Should we side with SJWs in the culture wars? Or, should we make the case for a nonpolitical world, one grounded in Misesian private property and Rothbardian natural law ethics?
Jeff Deist makes the case that the real issues confronting us are war and peace, central banking, and state power—not inequality or racism or sexism. And, he argues against adopting leftist language used to advance the libertarian message.
For further reading, see Mises's 1927 classic Liberalism and Jeff Deist's recent Notes on the LP Convention. Download File - 14.4 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Tom Woods: Rothbard Changed my Mind about War
Fri, May 27, 2016
It's Memorial Day weekend, a time when we (hopefully) reflect on war rather than celebrate it. So, it's the perfect opportunity to revisit an inspiring antiwar talk from our own Senior Fellow Tom Woods.
You may not know it, but Tom was once a neocon who considered the libertarian position of noninterventionism unrealistic and naive. But, his mind was changed by none other than the late Murray Rothbard, who convinced Tom that peace and liberty cannot be severed, that empire abroad leads to socialism at home, and that foreign policy should be front and center in a libertarian worldview. Download File - 15.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Question and Answer Period
Tue, May 24, 2016
Featuring Walter Block, Ryan McMaken, and Jeff Deist. Special thanks to the Harvey Allison family for making this event possible. Recorded at Seattle's historic Town Hall on 21 May 2016. Download File - 15.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
The Greatest Myth
Tue, May 24, 2016
Includes an introduction by Noah Bonn. Recorded at Contra Krugman: Demolishing the Economic Myths of the 2016 Election: the Mises Circle at Seattle's historic Town Hall, on 21 May 2016.
Special thanks to the Harvey Allison family for making this event possible. Download File - 19.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Me, Bernie, and Minimum Wage
Tue, May 24, 2016
Dr. Walter Block, a childhood classmate of Bernie Sanders, dissects one of the sacred cows of Seattle's latte-Left: minimum wage laws.
Recorded at Contra Krugman: Demolishing the Economic Myths of the 2016 Election: the Mises Circle at Seattle's historic Town Hall, on 21 May 2016.
Special thanks to the Harvey Allison family for making this event possible. Download File - 16.0 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Three Lies Youâ€™ll Hear from the Candidates This Year
Tue, May 24, 2016
Ryan McMaken deconstructs the key lies of the 2016 campaign season. Recorded at Seattle's historic Town Hall on 21 May 2016.
Special thanks to the Harvey Allison family for making this event possible. Download File - 17.5 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
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