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I’ve moved to libertarian scholarship full-time. Quit job, well mostly–working 1 day a week, mostly remotely. Rest of the time: full time libertarian and legal speaking, lecturing, publishing. Very pumped up. No more patents. Starting a new anti-IP center. More details forthcoming…

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  • Jonah September 24, 2010, 11:29 pm

    Congrats!

  • Thomas L. Knapp September 26, 2010, 9:11 am

    Huzzah!

  • Slim934 September 27, 2010, 1:05 pm

    Whee! Fun.

  • Mark J September 28, 2010, 10:18 am

    Good for you, Stephan!

    From a fellow DM&H alum

  • Edmund O'Sullivan October 2, 2010, 1:22 am

    Congratulations.
    You often seem to be on your own.
    There seems to be no equivalent to you in the UK.
    Is that right?
    My website The End of the Market (see above) develops the concept of intangibility into a critique of economic theory which then reaches the same conclusions on copyright/intellectual property as you do from a different direction.
    I would describe myself as an egalitarian libertarian or a libertarian egalitarian.
    Basically I seen voluntary, iterative Human Interaction rather than linear Human Action as the enging of social and economic progress.

  • Edmund O'Sullivan October 2, 2010, 1:27 am

    Sorry. Couple of typos
    Here is what I meant to write:
    Congratulations.
    You often seem to be on your own.
    There seems to be no equivalent to you in the UK.
    Is that right?
    My website The End of the Market (see above) develops the concept of intangibility into a critique of economic theory which then reaches the same conclusions on copyright/intellectual property as you do from a different direction.
    I would describe myself as an egalitarian libertarian or a libertarian egalitarian.
    Basically I see voluntary, iterative Human Interaction rather than linear Human Action as the engine of social and economic progress.

    Sorry.

    • Crosbie Fitch October 3, 2010, 10:56 am

      All men are born equal in terms of rights, but are unique beings, inequivalent.

      The market for copies may have ended (with the demise of copyright), but the market for intellectual work continues.

      I’m in the UK, as no doubt are many others with scales fallen from their eyes. What are you looking for?

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