Robin Grille: Parenting for a Peaceful World (1h28m)

This episode features a talk by psychologist Robin Grille from 2015. Robin invites you on a journey that begins with the surprising and often shocking history and evolution of parenting. With the aid of recent revolutionary discoveries about early childhood development and the human brain, the history of childhood offers vital clues about the roots of human violence and social disharmony. Purchase books by Robin Grille on Amazon here.

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Nicholas Hooton: Agorist Living (11m)

This episode features an audio essay written by Nicholas Hooton in 2012, which comprises Chapter 16 of Everything Voluntary: From Politics to Parenting, edited by Skyler J. Collins and published in 2012.

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Bruce Benson: The Evolution of Law (48m)

This episode features a lecture by academic economist Bruce Benson from 1997. He talks about the origin and subsequent development of legal systems. He starts by reviewing Franz Oppenheimer’s distinction between two means to wealth- economic and political- and theorizes about the development of cooperation in society and the creation of systems of private property. Purchase books by Bruce Benson on Amazon here.

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David Friedman: How to Make Economics Fun (54m)

This episode features a lecture by economics professor David Friedman from 2015. He is speaking to a group of teachers who grade the AP Economics exam. Purchase books by David Friedman on Amazon here.

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Edward Stringham: Private Governance (25m)

This episode features an interview of economics professor Edward Stringham from 2015 by Jeff Diest, host of the Human Action podcast (formerly Mises Weekends). Edward is the author of a book called Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life, where he looks back at the history of private legal systems, and in so doing demolishes the idea that only the state can manage and adjudicate human conflicts. Today, Edward gives some concrete, real-world examples of how private governance operates in our statist world. If you’re interested in Rothbardian and Hoppean anarcho-capitalism, you’ll find Edward’s book a great addition to your library, and you’ll enjoy hearing this interview. Purchase books by Edward Stringham on Amazon here.

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Walter Block: Defending the Fat Capitalist-Pig Employer (25m)

This episode features an audio essay written by economics professor and Austro-libertarian Walter Block from 1976, and which comprises Chapter 29 of Defending the UndefendablePurchase books by Walter Block on Amazon here.

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