Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Decline & Triumph of Classical Liberalism, Pt. 2

In this video “from the IHS Vault: Dr. Davies how classical liberal ideas grew as an intellectual movement in the eighteenth century and gradually gained popular support. This rise of political ideas based on free markets and individual liberty achieved … Continue reading

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The Decline & Triumph of Classical Liberalism, Pt. 1

In this video “From the IHS Vault: Dr. Davies traces the decline of classical liberal/libertarian ideas from the mid-19th century through the mid-20th century. He describes how the case for classical liberal ideas grew stale and fell prey to competing … Continue reading

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Hayek and Rand on values – APEE 2011 conference

For this year’s conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Stephen Hicks is organizing and chairing a session on two giants of the twentieth century — Friedrich Hayek and Ayn Rand — with four scholars comparing their views on values and political … Continue reading

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Online Educational Resource

The Institute for Humane Studies has just launched LearnLiberty.org an online educational resource on liberty.  We especially like the following description from their site:  “Classical liberal thinkers do not agree on everything, and the speakers on LearnLiberty.org are no exception. … Continue reading

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Journal of Liberty and Society call for papers

$500 will be awarded for the top paper submitted to this student journal.  The deadline for submission is March 1, 2011.   “The Journal of Liberty and Society is Students For Liberty’s annual academic journal for students interested in the intellectual … Continue reading

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