Liberty Law Talk features prominent legal thinkers and writers on contemporary topics for a wide-ranging discussion. The podcast can be found at lawliberty.org and is published by Liberty Fund, Inc., a private, educational foundation established to encourage the study of the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals.
The Myth of an Independent Federal Reserve: A Conversation with Peter Conti-Brown
Peter Conti-Brown of the Wharton School comes to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his most recent book, The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve.
Leon Kass's new book shares a lifetime of reading and teaching the book of Exodus.
Burke's Moral Economy
"Edmund Burke discerned poetry in the elusive motions of Britain's internal grain trade."
Furman Daniel discusses the life and mind of Gen. George S. Patton
The Law of Bioethics and the Human Person
Carter Snead discusses his new book, What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics
Rōnin Without Masters: A Never Trump Assessment
Steven Teles discusses his excellent study of the Never Trump movement, its players, and how they left the fold of their party.
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One guest simply makes this episode un-listenable, to coin a term.
Whoever the second guest is - his horribly unpleasant audio- voice makes this brilliant episode .... ?
Transcript is ok. But spoken would be better. But guest Stephen’s voice is like a caricature from ferris buellars day offf forgive me, bbut un-digestible. And he should be told so for teaching annd media gigs. Really unappetible. Worse than trump or cruz. Over the top bad; irritating; unappetizing
You can learn here
This podcast is at such a level that I an encouraged that there are smart people with the courage to seek-up. You are learn here. Thank you.
Lots to Learn!
I have learned an enormous amount listening to this podcast and am deeply grateful for the wealth of knowledge this podcast has given me. Recently, (mid-April 2020) the podcast episodes appear to have been re-uploaded to iTunes, and as a result, the episodes seem to be out of order. If it would be possible to re-organize the episodes back to their original order, that would be helpful in navigating past episodes. Thanks for the great content!