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KOL331 | Phil Gibson: A Boy Named Pseu: Libertarianism, IP, Bitcoin, Austrian Economics, and the Hayekian Knowledge Problem …

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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 331.

This is my appearance on Phil Gibson’s podcast A Boy Named Pseu. Youtube video:

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Stephan Kinsella is an attorney and libertarian writer. We discuss:

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  • Brian Drum April 13, 2021, 1:15 pm

    Great discussion on Hayek’s infatuation with knowledge/information. I think it accounts for more of the schism between Austrian camps than is usually recognized, as well as why the “Hayekians” are, as a rule, more tolerant and tolerated by the mainstream. The perhaps tenuous link to information theory is a key to the approach’s respectability. It sits well with a “naturalized” view of information. This is something that Janich wrote on, and I seem to remember Hoppe mentioning Janich in one of his talks.

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