Where is Austro Libertarian?

Economics
November 15, 2019
Kristoffer Hansen

Austrians On the Socialist Front, Part Three

From Carl Menger to the present, the Austrian School has taken up a sustained critique of socialism as it has developed over the decades. Ludwig von Mises was perhaps the greatest of the all the Austrians.
History
February 18, 2020
Ben Lewis

America Had a Christian Founding - But Who Cares?

In his new book, Mark David Hall addresses a question that still has relevance, even if we are transitioning into a post-Christian age.
Political Theory
October 23, 2019
CJay Engel

Gramsci and the Idea of Kulturkampf, Part 2

He did not see himself as creating cultural hegemony, but as having discovered it, and decided that victory rested on its capture.
Society and Culture
Since war is one of the greatest means of bringing about progressive social change, the cultural costs of military engagement must be an important factor when calculating the costs of war.
History
April 22, 2020
CJay Engel

Meanderings on the Individual and Tradition

The traditionalist, the lover of better ideals, the critic of the masses, has become one with the social outlier. Individualism is not glory, it is emergency.

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