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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/3244/new-working-papers/

New Working Papers

March 2, 2005 by


Self-Ownership and the Lockean Proviso by Tibor Machan (Chapman University)

There’s no justification for a Lockean proviso within a system of justice, either when it comes to the distribution of goods (estate), or to the provision of services (persons).

Ludwig von MIses, Meet Benjamin Graham: Value Investing from an Austrian Point of View by Chris Leithner (Leithner Investments Pty Ltd)

This paper shows that value investors and Austrian School economists hold compatible views about a range of fundamental economic and financial phenomena. These include price and value; risk and arbitrage; capital and entrepreneurship; and time-preference and interest. Indeed, with respect to these matters each group may have more in common with the other than each has with the mainstream of its respective field.

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Stephan Kinsella March 2, 2005 at 1:54 pm

As I noted to Tibor in email, re the Lockean Proviso, see page 91, and footnote 5, of my review of de Jasay’s Against Politics, where I discuss de Jasay’s and also Hoppe’s views on the proviso.

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