KOL 048 | “Libertarian Controversies Lecture 4″ (Mises Academy, 2011)

by Stephan Kinsella on May 3, 2013

in Kinsella on Liberty Podcast,Libertarianism

Libertarian Controversies

Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 048.

This is lecture 4 (of 6) of my 2011 Mises Academy course “Libertarian Controversies.”  This talk covered “Misconceptions and Controversies,” such as positive vs. negative obligations, contracts vs. promises, incitement and causation,  and other issues. Slides for this lecture are appended below.

For background information, links to recommended reading, and audio and slides for all six lectures, see  KOL 045 | “Libertarian Controversies Lecture 1″ (Mises Academy, 2011). The remaining lectures will be released here in the podcast feed in upcoming days.


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Dan Bonin May 6, 2013 at 8:40 pm

Minor correction. The fundamental theorem of calculus can be proven from the underlying axiom set. I think you meant to say that axioms in mathematics can’t be proven.


Stephan Kinsella May 7, 2013 at 7:05 am

Hmmm. That sounds right. what did I say about the FTC?


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