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Chuck August 12, 2010 at 12:41 pm

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Donnevan February 2, 2011 at 2:18 am

hi. I want to take your course on IP that starts in march. I’m in South Africa so it would help if I could get a recommended reading list, sooner rather then later. It can take a bit of time for me to get the books shipped to me.


Capn Mike February 7, 2011 at 8:17 pm

IP Gone WILD!!!!!

From AP:

Mardi Gras Indians work to copyright costumes


Art Thomas October 14, 2011 at 10:56 am
A.Reid March 19, 2012 at 6:49 pm

Mr. Kinsella,

I cannot be the first person to ask this, but why is your book “Against Intellectual Property” copyrighted?


Troy .K April 5, 2013 at 12:00 am

Hello Mr. Kinsella,

I am a pharmacist by profession and have no formal education in the areas of economics, law, and political philosophy beyond a few undergrad courses in college. Over the last few years, I’ve put a lot of personal time and effort to come to an understanding of these areas as I see how much they affect our way of life. I initially wanted to understand the financial mess in 2008. This led me to read books by Ayn Rand and Milton Friedman. I eventually discovered the Mises Institute and began to devour much of the conference speeches as well as e-books, etc. I’d say I now consider myself to be libertarian. I’ve recently noticed that there are anti-IP and pro-IP factions among LVMI thinkers. I have a clear grasp on the idea of property rights, self-ownership, liberty, sound money or competing currencies in a free market, etc. I am not certain on how IP fits into the personal liberty paradigm. I’m still trying to figure out what the correct position is on this issue. I listened to the Kinsella-Wenzel debate on you tube, but unfortunately I was unable to get any clarity because it ended up being vitriolic instead of enlightening. It pained me to hear two free market protagonists bickering with each other rather than having a cordial intellectual debate. I do have to give you credit for attempting to stay focused on the crux of what was supposed to be debated. The problem is that I did not get to hear the logic from both sides so as to be more clearly informed about the merits of either position and thus come closer to forming an opinion about the issue. If someone were to ask me whether I thought IP was consistent with my libertarian worldview I would currently answer ” I don’t know yet. I’m just starting to really think about it.” I just hope that the Austrians don’t tear each other apart just as they’re beginning to have significant influence over the hearts and minds of formerly asleep Americans like me.


Thom Brogan January 16, 2014 at 11:00 am

Hi, Stephan Kinsella!

Just finished reading your book, “Against Intellectual Property” and loved it. Having read and loved your book and previously seeking out your advice on which Hoppe book to start my journey into his works (and loved those books, too). According to some Objectivist on Facebook that believes he has developed a way to make copyright non-coercive, I’m now an acolyte of yours.

So is there any particular style of robe I should favor or is any robe acceptable?


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