"Markets without Limits" Jason Brennan, Georgetown University 5:00-6:15pm LA 250 Does money corrupt otherwise good pursuits? Why does we believe that some things that are moral or legal when done for free are immoral or illegal when done for money? Brennan will examine this issue and argue that money does not corrupt actions and that anything that is permissible when done for free is also permissible when done for money. Jason F. Brennan is Assistant Professor of Strategy, Economic...
Lecture: "The Myth of U.S. Prosperity during World War II" Robert Higgs, Independent Institute 5:00-6:15pm LA 250 Robert Higgs is an American economic historian and economist combining material from Public Choice, the New Institutional economics, and the Austrian school of economics; and a libertarian anarchist in political and legal theory and public policy. His writings in economics and economic history have most often focused on the causes, means, and effects of government power and gro...
"The Limits of Toleration" Kevin Stuart Executive Director of the Austin Institute 5:00-6:30pm LA 250 Kevin E. Stuart is the executive director of the Austin Institute. He is a seasoned U.S. and international consultant. Kevin received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin where he studied public law and political philosophy. Kevin also holds a Master of Sciences from the London School of Economics and Political Science, did graduate work at the University of Oxford, and was a vi...
"Elements of Global Justice" Fernando Teson, Florida State University College of Law 5:00-6:15pm LA 250 Fernando Tesón is an American legal academic who is known for his contributions to the law of humanitarian intervention and to the philosophy of law. He is the Tobias Simon Eminent Scholar at Florida State University College of Law. His publications include Humanitarian Intervention: An Inquiry into Law and Morality (3rd ed fully revised and updated, Transnational Publishers 20...