Lesson 10 of our Law 201 Course: Prof. Ilya Somin returns to explain how Immigration promotes and even secures liberty, not only for migrants themselves but also for natives. He talks about improving the lives of people fleeing dictatorships, authoritarian regimes, and poverty and how this movement reflects (positively) in the economy and society of more open countries.
Torts and crimes are different concepts that guide criminal and civil Laws within societies. In this video, we will examine how interactions between people can be harmful to some, and also what legal tools are there to prevent and punish those who cross the line.
Is human blood a “public resource”? Prof. Peter Jaworski argues that your bodily fluids belong to you, and governments should let you sell them.
Harvard psychology professor Steven Pinker argues that political correctness actually breeds the very same extremist views it hopes to quash. Excerpted from Spiked Magazine’s ‘Unsafe Space Tour’ panel discussion at Harvard University.
One Resistance fighter says that the movement will win “not by fighting what we hate, but by saving what we love.” But what do they love?
Professors Laura Kipnis, Angus Johnston, and author Brendan O’Neill debate: Should We Limit Free Speech for Nazis? Excerpted from the Spiked Magazine Unsafe Space Tour panel discussion at New York Law School. Moderated by Tom Slater (of Spiked Magazine).
On the first day of my economics classes, I tell my students that if they saw my paychecks that they would realize the school is exploiting me.
The wary cat has a theory of the world: “Stove burns you. Stay away from stove.”
To make sense of Karl Marx or even Adam Smith, you need to see the way they looked at prices — through the labor theory of value.
How a “nasty little man” predicted the 2nd French Revolution and the Cold War.
Is a little rebellion now and then a good thing? Or does a strong nation stem from the veneration that time bestows upon its government?
From the beginning, classical liberalism has been a big tent with a wide diversity of ideas inside it. Watch the full interview with Dave Rubin and Brandon Turner here .
If you want a great career in the 21st century, you need to stop trying to multitask and start doing “deep work.”
Steve Tennes, an orchard owner in Michigan, recently refused to host a same-sex wedding on his property. Is that his right?
One of the things that I’ve really been making the focus of this show is to show people what real, true, classical liberalism is.
Can states legally prohibit religious chicken sacrifice? What about spiritual snake handling?
Why is every career path littered with once-passionate but unsuccessful people?
Whether you’re thinking about recurrent dreams, your strained relationship with your siblings, or why Hamlet seems perhaps a smidge weird about his mother, Freud promises explanations that almost always prove, at the very least, interesting.
Each of his separate bodies of work would constitute a monumental achievement. Hayek did it all over the course of a single career that established him as one of the most important social thinkers of the 20th century.
At first glance, classical liberalism and Islam seem to be not just incompatible, but in complete opposition.
The current classical liberal interpretation of political science is lacking.
Virtue and liberty are both good things, and when the world is well-ordered, they are in harmony with one another. Today we often find them at odds. The friends of virtue see liberty abused in the pursuit of vices which prove self-destructive to the individual and harmful to others, while friends of liberty think the […]
Does history repeat itself? Dan Carlin, the “political Martian,” says history can’t teach us what to do next, but it can teach us who we are. Watch the full interview here.
If my life is the standard of morality, then why should I refrain from interfering with your freedom if doing so will advance my interests?