Äntligen är det dags för The Property & Freedom Society sjätte upplaga i Bodrum på Karia Princess Hotel, Turkiet. Vi är tre stycken på plats ifrån Ludwig von Mises-Institutet som kommer att rapportera löpande om vad som händer.
Talarna innefattar bl.a.:
- Anthony Daniels (Theodore Dalrymple), The Mirage of “Equal Opportunity”
- Paul Gottfried, How the Left conquered the Right
- Norman Stone, Understanding Turkey and the Turks
- John Derbyshire, Understanding China and the Chinese
- Jared Taylor, Understanding Japan and the Japanese
- John O’Sullivan, Understanding Europe and its Bureaucrats
- Sean Gabb, The Case Against the American War of Independence
- Roman Skaskiw , “Fighting for Freedom” in Iraq and Afghanistan. A Combat Soldier’s Report
- Nicola Iannello. Of Producers and Parasites
- Stephan Kinsella, Correcting some Common Libertarian Misconceptions
- Hans-Hermann Hoppe, The Logic of Conflict and the Foundation of Ethics
- Doug French, Going Broke: The Ethics of Default
- Guido Huelsmann, The Chimera of Monetary Policy
- Philipp Bagus, The FED and the ECB: Banksterism Compared
- Thomas DiLorenzo, The Fallacies of “Happiness Research”
- Nikolay Gertchev, Psychology Ain’t Economics. New Fads in Economics
- Yuri Maltsev, Russia and the Putin System
Bakgrund till PFS:
The Property and Freedom Society (PFS; Facebook page) was established in May, 2006 at the initiative of world-renowned libertarian philosopher and Austrian economist Hans-Hermann Hoppe. The Inaugural Meeting was held at the Hotel Karia Princess in Bodrum, Turkey (photographs from the inaugural meeting).
The idea of founding an international society for the promotion of “Austro-Libertarianism,” the economic and social philosophy most prominently represented during the 20th century by the Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises and his leading American student Murray N. Rothbard, and tying back to the 19th century French economists Frederic Bastiat and Gustave de Molinari, was first presented by Hans-Hermann Hoppe in August 2005 during a small informal gathering at the annual Mises Institute Summer University, in Auburn, Alabama. Those present at the meeting, Thomas DiLorenzo, Guido Hülsmann, and Ralph Raico, welcomed the project, and Guelcin Imre offered to host the inaugural meeting of the society in Bodrum, Turkey. Shortly afterwards, Walter Block, Joseph Salerno, and Stephan Kinsella joined in the project.