It took a while, but I have now categorized all the articles from 30 years of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, from the first Winter 1977 issue to the latest issue that just came out last week. This project involved creating a whole new set of subjects for the largely non-economic articles of the JLS. These “Libertarian Studies” subjects are listed below.
Going through the over 300 articles of the JLS has been a real pleasure. I plan to highlight some of these articles as well as other treasures of the Study Guide in upcoming Study Guide Classic posts.
With the full integration of the JLS archive into the Study Guide, this database now more fully represents the broad nature of the Austrian school which has long asserted that the study of human action yields insight far beyond the study of commerce.
- Philosophical Foundations
- Political Philosophy
- State Theory
- Intellectual History
- Religion and Politics
- Austrian Methodology for the Social Sciences
- Literature and the Arts
- Medicine, Psychology and Psychiatry
- War and Foreign Policy
- Natural Sciences and the Environment