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David Gordon

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Works Published inMises Daily ArticleThe Journal of Libertarian StudiesEssays in Political EconomyQuarterly Journal of Austrian EconomicsMises ReviewThe Free MarketThe AustrianSpeeches and Presentations

AwardsMurray N. Rothbard Medal of Freedom

David Gordon is a senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He was educated at UCLA, where he earned his PhD in intellectual history. He is the author of Resurrecting Marx: The Analytical Marxists on Exploitation, Freedom, and JusticeThe Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics,An Introduction to Economic Reasoning, and Critics of Marx. He is also editor of Secession, State, and Liberty and co-editor of H.B. Acton'sMorals of Markets and Other Essays.

Dr. Gordon is the editor of The Mises Review, and a contributor to such journals as analysisThe International Philosophic QuarterlyThe Journal of Libertarian Studies, and The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics.

All Works

Neil Schulman RIP

08/11/2019Power & Market

Neil Schulman, a noted libertarian science fiction writer, has passed away.

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The Failure of Global Liberal Hegemony

Book ReviewsWar and Foreign Policy

08/05/2019The Austrian
Despite the manifest failure of the liberal hegemony program, its neoconservative advocates have retained their influence. They are rarely called to account for their mistakes, but continue to be treated as if they are experts.
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Bias in Philosophy

08/02/2019Power & Market

Powerline reports a survey on bias against philosophers with rightwing views.

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Rothbard on Our Debt to Society

07/26/2019Power & Market

Robert Nozick's point that we cannot be taxed on the grounds that we are in part 'social products' is taken from  Murray Rothbard's Power and Market.

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Nozick on Our Debt to Society

07/26/2019Power & Market

Robert Nozick challenges the view that we may be taxed or otherwise imposed on because we are in part social products.

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