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9. Networks of Trust | Introduction to Libertarianism with David Boaz

Market institutions can help us trust and cooperate with strangers, says Boaz, and the institutions of civil society,...

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1. What Makes Institutions Just or Unjust? | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan gives a sense of the sort of questions examined in the field of political philosophy.
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10. Labor Ethics | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Are sweatshops a least-bad choice for the third world? Is capitalism inherently exploitative of these workers? Brennan...

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11. Market Failure vs. Government Failure | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan discusses the intersection of political philosophy and political economy in this conclusion to our Guide....

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9. Immigration Rights | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

What are the economic and moral cases for allowing more immigration? Do immigrant workers depress native wages? Do they...

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7. Political Authority | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan examines a key question in political philosophy: what, if anything, is the difference between the...

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6. Skepticism About Distributive Justice | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Brennan explains that the libertarian philosopher Robert Nozick offered important criticisms of pattern-based theories of...

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8. Democracy and Voting | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Is democracy a means to an end, or is it valuable in itself? Jason Brennan discusses democracy and voting. Further...

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2. Liberty: Who Needs It? | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

What does “liberty” mean in a philosophical context? Jason Brennan parses out how the word is used.
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5. Rawls's Distributive Justice | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan explains the political thought of John Rawls, one of the key figures in modern political philosophy....

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3. What Are Rights? | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan discusses what rights are and contrasts rights-based thinking about ethics with utilitarian thinking....

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4. Why Property Rights? | Political Philosophy with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan considers property rights: what they are, what justifies them, and what sorts of social problems they help...

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Episode 132: The Ideas of Adam Smith (with Paul D. Mueller)

Paul D. Mueller joins us for a discussion on the life and ideas of the Scottish Enlightenment philosopher and pioneer of...

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1. Introduction | Libertarian Public Policy with Jeffrey Miron

Dr. Miron’s “Consequential Libertarianism” holds that on a rigorous, broad understanding, the costs of restricting...

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10. National Defense | Libertarian Public Policy with Jeffrey Miron

National defense is a legitimate function of government, but military spending and the scope of military action tend to...

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What is Classical Liberalism? | Learn Liberty

Dr. Nigel Ashford explains the 10 core principles of the classical liberal & libertarian view of society and the...

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A potential cure for HIV | The Economist

Scientists have developed a therapeutic vaccine for HIV which has the potential to create a functional cure for the...

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How to survive an earthquake through clever engineering

When earthquakes strike, the most dangerous aspect is not the shaking ground, but the risk posed by falling debris. So...

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The Economist asks how many planets are in the Milky Way galaxy?

There are 100 billion stars in the Milky Way—but how many planets? We asked members of the public for their best guesses...

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Sticky Wages

Imagine you’re an employer during a recession, and you desperately need to cut labor costs to keep your firm afloat. Are...

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The Short-Run Aggregate Supply Curve

In this video, we explore how rapid shocks to the aggregate demand curve can cause business fluctuations. ...

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Changes in Velocity

What happens when aggregate demand shifts because of a change in the velocity of money? You’ll recall from earlier videos...

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Understanding the Great Depression

In this video, we examine the causes behind the Great Depression with the help of the aggregate demand-aggregate supply...

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The Aggregate Demand Curve

This wk: Put your quantity theory of money knowledge to use in understanding the aggregate demand curve....

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The Long-Run Aggregate Supply Curve

The long-run aggregate supply curve is actually pretty simple: it’s a vertical line showing an economy’s potential growth...

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Kal draws…the only way to stop Donald Trump from tweeting

President Trump’s Twitter habit is getting in the way of signing executive orders. But his advisers may have found a...

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