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The Rothbard Reader
« on: March 04, 2016, 01:12:39 pm »

Διαφωτιστικό βίντεο-συνέντευξη του φιλελεύθερου οικονομολόγου Ματ Μακάφρι που μαζί με τον φιλελεύθερο οικονομολόγο Τζόζεφ Σαλέρνο συνέγραψαν βιβλίο-οδηγό για το πολυσχιδές έργο του Μέγα Φιλελεύθερου Μάρεϋ Ρόθμπαρντ. Μπορείτε να κατεβάσετε δωρεάν το Rothbard Reader σε μορφή pdf, epub ή να το διαβάσετε σε html πατώντας εδώ. Διαβάστε το βιβλίο, γνωρίστε τις ιδέες του Μέγα Φιλελεύθερου Ρόθμπαρντ και χώστε βαθιά το ιδεολογικό μαχαίρι στον λαιμό κάθε κρατικιστή.



From the Introduction by Joseph T. Salerno and Matthew McCaffrey.

Few economists manage to produce a body of work that boasts a serious following twenty years after their deaths. Murray N. Rothbard is a rare exception. More than two decades since his passing, his influence lives on, both in the work of a new generation of social scientists, and among a growing number of the general public.

One reason for Rothbard’s continuing popularity is his ability to reach across disciplines, and to connect them: unlike many contemporary economists, who specialize in increasingly narrow fields within the science, Rothbard’s research agenda was expansive and interdisciplinary, covering most of the social sciences and humanities.

Some readers of this book will already be familiar with Rothbard’s major works, such as his path-breaking treatise on economics, Man, Economy, and State. Yet Rothbard also produced hundreds of shorter works for both academic and popular audiences. Unfortunately, many lack the time to explore his writings; what’s more, his oeuvre is so enormous it is often difficult to know where to begin.

This book aims to solve these problems by providing a window into Rothbard’s achievements in the social sciences, humanities, and beyond. It includes introductory, intermediate, and advanced material, to ensure the book can be enjoyed by readers of all levels of understanding and familiarity with Rothbard’s work. Therefore although it is intended primarily for newcomers, veteran readers will also find much to discover or re-discover in these pages.
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Re: The Rothbard Reader
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2016, 05:46:25 pm »
Μπορείτε να κατεβάσετε δωρεάν το Rothbard Reader σε μορφή pdf, epub ή να το διαβάσετε σε html πατώντας εδώ

πατησα εκει και δεν ανοιξε κανα λινκ, απλα η οθόνη μου έσπασε.  >:(
Εμεις ξερουμε πως δεν ειναι ολοι Αναρχικοι. Μονο αυτοι ειναι οι σωστοι, οι προκαθορισμενοι για την Ουτοπια. Τι σημασια εχουν οι υπολοιποι; Οι υπολοιποι ειναι απλως η ανθρωποτητα. Πρεπει να υπερεχει κανεις της ανθρωποτητας μεσω της ρωμης, μεσω του υψους της ψυχης, μεσω της περιφρονησης.

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Re: The Rothbard Reader
« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2016, 11:46:38 am »
Μόλις το πάτησα. Περίμενα 5 δευτερόλεπτα, πάτησα το κίτρινο κουμπάκι που είναι πάνω δεξιά και οδηγήθηκα στο βιβλίο, το οποίο και διαβάζω και έχω κατενθουσιαστεί. Νιώθω τόσο κοντά στον Ρόθμπαρντ γιατί λέει τέτοιες τρομερές αλήθειες και μπορεί να δει το Κράτος ως αυτό που είναι, ως μια εγκληματική οργάνωση με μοναδικό σκοπό να παρασιτεί από τις παραγωγικές δυνάμεις της οικονομίας.

Πάρε ένα καυτό απόσπασμα:

Penthouse: But isn’t the government the people, in the sense that it is the only institution that represents everybody, as opposed to selfish interest groups?
Rothbard: No. It represents only a fraction of the people. Let’s say 45 percent of the people vote. If there’s a close election, it means that only 23 percent voted for the winning candidate. That’s hardly all the people. So the government is not the people. The people are the rest of us who are not in government. They’re not us. There is just a group of people out there who call themselves “the government.” When we see a worker moving to a better job because he will make more money, or when we see a businessman moving into an area where he can make more profits, everybody says, “Oh, he’s moving to another job or he’s going to another industry to make a higher income.” And yet when somebody becomes a government employee, suddenly we assume that his objective is completely different. His motivation suddenly becomes “the public interest,” “the common good,” “national security,” or whatever other cliché’s are handed out. It would be a very useful exercise for everybody to think about the government, not as purveyors of the public good, but as bureaucrats trying to maximize their own income. Then see what kind of coherent explanation of the world you come up with.
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