Free Thoughts

A weekly show about politics and liberty, featuring conversations with top scholars, philosophers, historians, economists, and public policy experts. Hosted by Aaron Ross Powell and Trevor Burrus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

https://www.libertarianism.org/podcasts/free-thoughts

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Zoning Ruins Everything


Emily Hamilton joins the show this week to discuss how cities have been zoned in ways that make it impossible for desirable areas to redevelop.


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   51m
 
 

The Experience of Policing


Renée Mitchell joins the show to discuss her experience as a police officer.


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   59m
 
 

Capitalism and its Critics


Michael Munger joins the show to talk about some common misconceptions of capitalism.


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   53m
 
 

Rothbardian Anarchism


Cory Massimino joins the show to discuss Murray Rothbard.


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   50m
 
 

What is Free Speech?


Adam Gurri joins the show today to talk about the origins of free speech and how our current understanding has been muddied by social media.


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 2020-08-21  51m
 
 

Explaining Postmodernism


Akiva Malamet joins the show to discuss the difference between hard and soft postmodernism.


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 2020-08-14  48m
 
 

Climate Change Panic


Bjorn Lomborg joins the show to talk about how climate change alarmism paints a false narrative of world ending proportions.


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 2020-08-07  55m
 
 

Unpacking Constitutional Law


Randy Barnett and Josh Blackman join the show to talk about how constitutional law has developed in the last 2 centuries.


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 2020-07-31  50m
 
 

What Divides Us (with Emily Ekins)


Emily Ekins returns to the show to discuss how people interpret the labels of capitalism and socialism.


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 2020-07-24  49m
 
 

You Are (Probably) Not a Good Person


Christian Miller joins the show to talk about how most people have a self‐​inflated view of how good they actually are.


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 2020-07-17  54m