Tag Archives: Hulsmann

What Is Austrian Economics?

Week 1 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture and brief readings from three books. I had already listened to or read all of this material in the past, so it was relatively … Continue reading

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Vienna and Her Children

[This review was originally published in the Spring 2008 issue of the Journal of Faith and the Academy. A scanned PDF copy of the review is now available on the JFA’s website.] Whalen, Robert Weldon.  Sacred Spring: God and the … Continue reading

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Christianity and Liberalism (the Old-Fashioned Kind)

Each semester in Western Cultural Heritage III, I take students on a brief tour of 19th-century political ideologies: conservatism, liberalism, socialism, nationalism. Of these four, only conservatism has almost completely dropped off the radar, whatever its merits. That leaves us … Continue reading

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