A podcast focused on anarcho-capitalist legal theory.
LoL Ep. 21 - AERC 2021 Recap
In this episode, David sits down with Solomon and Drunk Rothbard to talk about their weekend at the Mises Institute attending the 2021 Austrian Economics Research Conference. We cover a potpourri of topics that were discussed at the conference.
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A Rothbardian Legal Order - Liberty Weekly Ep. 159, ft. Law of Liberty
This is David's recent appearance on the Liberty Weekly Podcast with Patrick MacFarlane. We have a great discussion about Murray Rothbard's article "Law, Property Rights, and Air Pollution" from the Cato Journal, 1982.
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LoL Ep. 20 - Law of Liberty Weekly w/ Patrick MacFarlane
In this episode, David has a conversation with Patrick MacFarlane, a fellow legal scholar and libertarian podcaster, host of the Liberty Weekly podcast! Two of the best libertarian legal podcasts come together in this episode you don't want to miss!
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LoL Ep. 19 - "Self-Determination of Peoples" under International Law
In this episode, David and Stratty dive deep into David's recent paper, "Statism's Catch-22: An Austro-Libertarian Analysis of 'Self-Determination of Peoples' under International Law." This paper makes the case that the international law doctrine of self-determination has internal contradictions which place the international system in a catch-22 dilemma. This dilemma lays groundwork for the wholesale delegitimization of statism. You don't want to miss this one! You can access the whole paper for free here -> https://austrianstudentconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/ASSC-2021-David-Hoffa.pdf
R.I.P. Joshua Flynn - please purchase his book, "Black Libertarianism in the Blue State" here -> https://www.amazon.com/Black-Libertarianism-State-Joshua-Flynn/dp/B085RP5SFS
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LoL Ep. 18 - David and Porter Achieve Enlightenment
This the long-awaited continuation of Law of Liberty, David sits down with Porter, co-host of the Insurrection Inc. podcast, to have a long conversation about the Enlightenment, the Counter-Enlightenment, and related schools of thought.
You can find Porter on Twitter @mindyourexcuses, and listen to Insurrection Inc. @insurrectionpod.
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LoL Ep. 17 - Thus Spake Cotton
In this episode, we have a long conversation with our good friend Cotton on Friedrich Nietzsche. We talk about his ideas, his influence on subsequent thinkers, and attempt to find what we can learn from him about politics, law, and how to practically spread liberty. Would Nietzsche have been a paleo-conservative? Can Cotton do an impersonation of Nietzsche? It's all in this episode!
Follow Cotton on Twitter @Cottonarchist, and follow his podcast Dissecting Liberty @Dissectingliby. He and his co-host recently discontinued the show, but they have a great catalogue of episodes worth checking out.
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Stratty and David give great takes on topics that get very little real coverage. They take dense legal topics and make them accessible without losing the substance of the matter. Great pod!
You guys should do separate episodes discussing Hazlitt’s Foundation of Morality and Aristotle. Focus on the moral ontology and then the implications on legal and political philosophy.
Also an episode on Brandeis as a libertarian...with an open mind to the line of thinking that connects him to the Jeffersonian skepticism of the commercial state, with a focus on how he understood the Progressives to be protecting individual liberty from crony capitalism.
Perhaps also an episode on Roscoe Pound.
Perhaps also episodes on Tara Smith’s Moral Rights and Political Freedom, Jack Balkin’s Living Originalism and David Strauss’s Living Constitution.
One suggestion I would make to you guys is to be more open to a wider set of viewpoints and treat the arguments as worth taking on instead of being so conclusory. I used to be a very narrow minded Rothbardian libertarian, but after surveying the ideological landscape and reading a lot of history and law, I think that libertarianism can be a much wider umbrella and that it has to be if it is going to be relevant outside of our little parochial sects going forward.
Excellent podcast though. I hope you guys grow because we need more conversations like this.
These are two brilliant guys who are passionate and knowledgeable about their topic(s). Absolutely would recommend this podcast to anyone interested in legal theory, especially but certainly not only from a libertarian perspective.