Homo economicus got its start way back when two humans decided to trade. The rest was history.
Given the relatively few examples of true liberty from real life, some of the best expressions of liberty have often come from novels. Such books inspire us to strive toward a future where the individual, not the government and its agents, determine human action. The plot of Don Quixote, a Spanish novel written in 1605, […]
Every week, the team here at Learn Liberty works to bring you a fun and engaging video filled with the ideas of a free society. From economic theories to philosophy, through law and pop culture, we help present the themes and motifs that support individual freedom and a prosperous world. It sounds like a ton […]
Free market defenders are often great at pointing out the unintended consequences of U.S. government intervention in the economy. But they often overlook the unintended consequences of U.S. government intervention abroad. As the War on Terror escalates in the wake of the recent ISIS terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and Paris, it’s important to remember […]
Should you save the spider in the toilet? That’s the philosophical thought experiment explored in the new Learn Liberty video below. Despite the good intentions of those who want to save the spider, there is no guarantee that they will result in it being saved. In fact, good intentions may make the spider worse off. […]