Affiliates

We are reaching out to help build connections to other groups of scholars working in the field of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. We aspire to study whole problems though wide-angle lenses. With the generous support of a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the Freedom Center at the University of Arizona aims to meet once or twice a year to explore common problems we face as teachers and to brainstorm about each other's research.

Affiliated Centers

Center Namesort descending City State Country
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom Tucson Arizona United States
Chapman University Orange California United States
Duke University Durham North Carolina United States
King's College London London England United Kingdom
Monash University Melbourne Victoria Australia
Ormond College Parkville Victoria Australia
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Society Chapel Hill North Carolina United States
The Mercatus Center Fairfax Virginia United States
Universidade Católica Portuguesa Lisboa Portugal
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill North Carolina United States

Affiliated Faculty

First Name Last Namesort descending Title Affiliation Location
Andre Alves
Primary Affiliation:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisbon Portugal
Jonathan Anomaly
Primary Affiliation:
Duke University
Durham North Carolina United States
Hugo Chelo
Primary Affiliation:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisbon Portugal
Thomas Christiano Professor of Philosophy
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
UA Philosophy Department
Tucson Arizona United States
Joao-Carlos Espada
Primary Affiliation:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisbon Portugal
William Hasselberger
Primary Affiliation:
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Society
Lisbon Portugal
Michael McKenna Professor
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States
Ivone Moreira
Primary Affiliation:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisbon Portugal
Michael Munger
Primary Affiliation:
Duke University
Durham North Carolina United States
Carmen E Pavel
Primary Affiliation:
King's College London
Strand London United Kingdom
Mark Pennington Professor
Primary Affiliation:
King's College London
Department of Political Economy, King's College, University of London
London England United Kingdom
Joao Pereira Coutinho
Primary Affiliation:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisbon Portugal
Guido Pincione Professor
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States
Dan Russell Professor of Philosophy
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States
Orlando Samões
Primary Affiliation:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisbon Portugal
Carolina Sartorio Associate Professor of Philosophy
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States
Geoffrey Sayre-McCord
Primary Affiliation:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill North Carolina United States
David Schmidtz Kendrick Professor of Philosophy, Eller Chair of Service-Dominant Logic
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States
Virgil Storr Senior Director, Academic and Student Programs, Mercatus Center
Primary Affiliation:
The Mercatus Center
Fairfax Virginia United States
Aris Trantidis
Primary Affiliation:
King's College London
London England United Kingdom
Mario Villarreal Director, Ethics, Economy and Entrepreneurship
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States
Steven Wall Professor, Philosophy
Primary Affiliation:
Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tucson Arizona United States

Books Authored by Affiliates

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Joao Carlos Espada's provocative survey of a group of key Anglo-American and European political thinkers argues that... Read more
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Every species has its tools for survival. To say "no man is an island" is to say that without trade, we would live... Read more
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Carolina Sartorio argues that only the actual causes of our behaviour matter to our freedom. Although this simple view of... Read more
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The political philosophy of liberalism was first formulated during the Enlightenment in response to the growth of the modern... Read more
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Books Edited by Affiliates

Libertarians often bill their theory as an alternative to both the traditional Left and Right.  The Routledge... more
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Libertarians often bill their theory as an alternative to both the traditional Left and Right.  The Routledge... more
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Libertarians often bill their theory as an alternative to both the traditional Left and Right.  The Routledge... more
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Comprehensive and historical overview of economic thought Introduction to the work of expert scholars working on... more
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What will the economy look like in fifty years? How will our lives as consumers and workers be transformed by the coming... more
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This is the inaugural volume of Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy. Since its revival in the 1970s political... more
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This Festschrift was "presented" in electronic form to Buchanan on the occasion of his eightieth birthday on... more
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Creating Wealth: Ethical and Economic Perspectives is a collection of classic and contemporary economic and philosophical... more
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This book makes a rational and eloquent case for the closer integration of ethics and economics. It expands upon themes... more
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"A genuine understanding of Hume's extraordinarily rich, important, and influential moral philosophy requires... more
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This collection is devoted to Robert Nozick, one of the dominant philosophical thinkers of our time. Nozick's famous... more
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The dominant position in philosophy on the topic of practical rationality is that one acts so as to maximize the... more
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Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics presents a collection of papers analyzing the political systems of ten... more
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For the greater part of this century, most philosophers and social scientists have eschewed moral realism. According to... more
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Reviews by Affiliates

Presentations & Talks by Affiliates

Title Faculty Datesort ascending City Country
Against Democracy Jason Brennan October 24, 2017 Hanover United States
Against Democracy Jason Brennan October 18, 2017 Oslo Norway
We're Bad at Politics and Politics Is Bad for Us Jason Brennan June 14, 2017 Groningen Netherlands
Against Democracy Jason Brennan April 27, 2017 Stockholm Sweden
Against Democracy Jason Brennan April 6, 2017 Berlin Germany
Against Democracy Jason Brennan March 23, 2017 Omaha United States
Do Employers Owe a Living Wage? Jason Brennan March 16, 2017 New Orleans United States
Against Democracy Jason Brennan March 8, 2017 Sheffield United Kingdom
Against Democracy Jason Brennan February 3, 2017 Lubbock United States
Libertarianism and Social Justice Jason Brennan January 16, 2017 Wellesley United States
The Demographic Objection to Epistocracy Jason Brennan January 5, 2017 Baltimore United States
Most Americans Shouldn’t Vote Jason Brennan November 3, 2016 Bloomington United States
The Ethics of Voting Jason Brennan October 24, 2016 Cambridge United States
How to Vote Well and Why Most People Don't Jason Brennan October 20, 2016 Conway United States
The Ethics of Voting, Jason Brennan October 18, 2016 Newport News United States
Markets without Limits Jason Brennan October 14, 2016 Toronto Canada
Public Choice As Political Philosophy Michael Munger, David Schmidtz October 6, 2016 Fairfax United States
Public Choice As Political Philosophy Michael Munger, David Schmidtz October 6, 2016 Fairfax United States
Most Americans Should Not Vote Jason Brennan October 4, 2016 College Park United States
The Ethics of Voting Jason Brennan September 29, 2016 Moraga United States
Against Democracy Jason Brennan September 23, 2016 Colombus United States
Most Americans Shouldn’t Vote Jason Brennan September 22, 2016 Kalamazoo United States
Most Americans Shouldn’t Vote Jason Brennan September 20, 2016 Richmond United States
Markets without Limits Jason Brennan September 19, 2016 Durham United States
The Ethics Project Jason Brennan July 14, 2016 Estoril Portugal
It Is A Beautiful Theory David Schmidtz June 6, 2016 London United Kingdom
Justice Without Retribution Conference Michael McKenna
June 3, 2016 to June 5, 2016
Ithaca United States
Markets without Limits Jason Brennan May 5, 2016 Hanover United States
Markets without Limits Jason Brennan April 4, 2016 Boulder United States
Murderers at the Ballot Box: On Lying to Bad Voters Jason Brennan April 4, 2016 Boulder United States
The Economic and Moral Case for Open Borders Jason Brennan March 23, 2016 Richmond United States
The Economic and Moral Case for Open Borders Jason Brennan February 18, 2016 Charlottesville United States
The Ethics and Economics of Open Borders Jason Brennan February 18, 2016 Chapel Hill United States
Reasonable Idealism: Essays on Person, Polis, Planet David Schmidtz February 6, 2016 Wuhan China
Libertarianism and Social Justice Jason Brennan January 18, 2016 Wellesley United States

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