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Austro-Anarchist Libertarian Legal Theory

Episodios

  • KOL291 | LocoFoco–NOT talking about “legal positivism”

    KOL291 | LocoFoco–NOT talking about “legal positivism”

    18/06/2020

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 291. This is my interview by (really: discussion with) my old friend and underappreciated stalwart libertarian thinker and writer Timo Virkkala. This is one of the early episodes of his new podcast, LocoFoco, and were were apparently going to talk about legal positivism and perhaps argumentation ethics, but we got detoured onto tangents for almost two hours, about a variety of issues--covid, riding dirt bikes, and so on. Good guy. Very smart. Underappreciated. Check out his new podcast, LocoFoco. https://soundcloud.com/locofoco-net/not-talking-about-legal-positivism-with-stephan-kinsella Update: the raw feed was a video skype, which Timo edited for his podcast. The raw video is posted below, in which you can briefly see my new poodle puppy Bella Kinsella:

  • KOL290 | Liberty412: On A Coronavirus Vaccine, Anarchy In Our Lifetime, IP, and More

    KOL290 | Liberty412: On A Coronavirus Vaccine, Anarchy In Our Lifetime, IP, and More

    12/06/2020 Duración: 01h26min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 290. This my appearance on the Liberty412 podcast, with host Mike Cuneo. We discussed a variety of topics, from the philosophy of property rights and the problem with IP, to coronavirus, racism, the prospects of liberty and anarchy, activism, and the like.

  • KOL289 | Scottish Liberty Podcast: Discussing the Mossoff-Sammeroff IP Debate

    KOL289 | Scottish Liberty Podcast: Discussing the Mossoff-Sammeroff IP Debate

    01/06/2020 Duración: 01h18min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 289. This is my appearance on the Scottish Liberty Podcast, with hosts Antony Sammeroff and Tom Laird. We discussed IP and related matters, including Sammeroff's recent debate on the topic of IP with pro-IP Randian law professor Adam Mossoff. See various links, embeds, notes below. Youtube of the current discussion: Antony's previous debate with Mossoff: In his remarks, Mossoff mentioned this paper by Stephen Haber as supporting the empirical case for patents (funny, I thought the Objectivists had principles): Stephen Haber, "Patents and the Wealth of Nations," 23 Geo. Mason L.Rev. 811 (2016). I have read through it as much as I can stand and provide my critical commentary here:  “The Overwhelming Empirical Case Against Patent and Copyright”--see in particular note 3 and accompanying text.  

  • KOL288 | Libertarianism QA AMA Coronavirus edition #2

    KOL288 | Libertarianism Q&A AMA Coronavirus edition #2

    18/05/2020 Duración: 01h30min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 288. Installment #2 in my impromptu Zoom session with whoever wanted to join. Got a bit more hang of how to record everyone in gallery mode, and so on. As last time, just a few of us talking random libertarian topics. Next time will give more advance notice and maybe have a slightly bigger audience.

  • KOL287 | Libertarianism QA AMA Coronavirus edition #1

    KOL287 | Libertarianism Q&A AMA Coronavirus edition #1

    16/05/2020 Duración: 01h18min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 287. I decided to try an impromptu Zoom session with whoever wanted to join, in part to test Zoom and my tech skillz. Just a few of us talking random libertarian topics. No big whoop. May make this a more regular thing once I get the hang of it.  

  • KOL286 | Tom Woods Show: On Coronavirus, My Road to Libertarianism, and the Good and Bad in Ayn Rand

    KOL286 | Tom Woods Show: On Coronavirus, My Road to Libertarianism, and the Good and Bad in Ayn Rand

    11/04/2020 Duración: 47min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 286. This is my umpteenth appearance on The Tom Woods Show, "Ep. 1629 Kinsella on the Coronavirus, His Road to Libertarianism, and the Good and Bad in Ayn Rand". From Tom's show notes: Libertarian legal theorist Stephan Kinsella and I discuss his road to libertarianism (of the Rothbardian kind), where he thinks we need more work, the rights and wrongs of Ayn Rand, and more. And yes, some discussion of the virus…. Related links: How I Became A Libertarian The Superiority of the Roman Law: Scarcity, Property, Locke and Libertarianism The Greatest Libertarian Books Hans-Hermann Hoppe on Anarcho-Capitalism Kinsella et al., International Investment, Political Risk, and Dispute Resolution (Oxford, 2020) KOL197 | Tom Woods Show: The Central Rothbard Contribution I Overlooked, and Why It Matters (contract theory) The Genesis of Estoppel: My Libertarian Rights Theory New Publisher, Co-Editor for my Legal Treatise, and how I got started with legal publishing.    

  • KOL285 | Disenthrall: Contracts with Stephan Kinsella

    KOL285 | Disenthrall: Contracts with Stephan Kinsella

    19/03/2020 Duración: 01h29min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 285. I appeared today on the Disenthrall.me Youtube channel, host Patrick Smith, to discuss libertarian contract theory (Contracts with Stephan Kinsella). We talked about the standard legal view of contracts, the Rothbard-Evers title theory of contract, applications such as bitcoin "smart contracts" and intellectual property, the idea of breach of contract, liquidated damages clauses, and so on.  (I was previously a guest -- KOL264 | Disenthrall: Stephan Kinsella on Tim Pool Subverse and Trademark.) From Disenthrall's shownotes: "In response to a viewer request we bring you a deep dive into Libertarian contract theory. What are contracts? Why are contracts? What are NOT contracts?" Patrick is apparently taking over Anarchast, on which I've been a guest in the past, so we may be doing an episode on that channel soon. Related links: Kinsella, A Libertarian Theory of Contract: Title Transfer, Binding Promises, and Inalienability, Journal of Libertarian Studies 17, no.

  • KOL284 | Talking IP and Patent Policy with Patent Attorney Russ Krajec

    KOL284 | Talking IP and Patent Policy with Patent Attorney Russ Krajec

    05/03/2020 Duración: 01h33min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 284. This is my discussion about patent and IP policy with a fellow patent attorney, Russ Krajec, who produces the "Patent Myth Podcast". I tried to persuade him patents are evil, or at least, understand why he doesn't agree. Related resources: KOL209 | Trying to Persuade a Patent Lawyer that IP Law is Evil KOL 051 | Discussion with a Fellow Patent Attorney Are anti-IP patent attorneys hypocrites? (April 22, 2011) Is It So Crazy For A Patent Attorney To Think Patents Harm Innovation? (Oct. 1, 2009) Patent Lawyers Who Don’t Toe the Line Should Be Punished! (Sep. 29, 2009) The Most Libertarian Patent Work (July 14, 2009) An Anti-Patent Patent Attorney? Oh my Gawd (July 12, 2009) Patent Lawyers Who Oppose Patent Law Pro-IP “Anarchists” and anti-IP Patent Attorneys

  • KOL283 | Webinar: Has Intellectual Property Become Corporate Welfare? (Freedom Hub Working Group)

    KOL283 | Webinar: Has Intellectual Property Become Corporate Welfare? (Freedom Hub Working Group)

    26/02/2020 Duración: 01h04min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 283. This was my Webinar presentation at the Freedom Hub Working Group, Has Intellectual Property Become Corporate Welfare? (Wed., Feb. 19, 2020), organized by Jeff Kanter and Charles Frohman. From their shownotes: "Despite two decades of IP law practice for Big Oil and other clients, Stephan Kinsella earlier had been exposed to the great Murry Rothbard (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murray_Rothbard) and wasn’t convinced the ancient property rights philosophy had room for intangible ideas - that maybe, he was in the middle of a gross example of corporate welfare that was killing entrepreneurship. Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom, former adjunct professor at South Texas College of Law, and author of “Against Intellectual Property” and “Law in a Libertarian World: Legal Foundations of a Free Society”, Stephan will present “Property Rights versus Intellectual Property”, and apply that lesson to how crony corporations abuse IP to squash competit

  • KOL282 | No, China Is Not “Stealing Our I.P.”

    KOL282 | No, China Is Not “Stealing Our I.P.”

    20/02/2020 Duración: 01h05min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 282. From Free Man Beyond the Wall, Ep. 379, with host Pete Quinones: Episode 379: No, China Is Not 'Stealing Our I.P.' w/ Stephan Kinsella Feb 19, 2020 66 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete invited Stephan Kinsella to return to the show. Stephan is an American intellectual property/patent attorney, author, and anarcho-capitalist. Pete asked Stephan to come on and share his opinion that China is in fact, NOT "stealing our I.P." Stephan gives a primer as to why intellectual property laws are immoral and devious and explains in detail the issue with I.P. and China. Stephan's Anti-IP Books and Articles Stephan's Articles and Speeches The Case Against I.P. 0 A Concise Guide How I.P. Hampers the Free Market The I.P. Commission USTPO and Commerce Dept. Distortions: I.P. Contributes 5 Trillion and 40 Million Jobs to the Economy The Mountain of I.P. Legislation Susan Houseman on Manufacturing - EconTalk Independent Institute on the "Benefits of Intellectual Prop

  • KOL281 | Death to Tyrants Podcast: Against Intellectual Property

    KOL281 | Death to Tyrants Podcast: Against Intellectual Property

    04/02/2020 Duración: 01h28min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 281. This is my appearance on the Death to Tyrants Podcast, Episode 90: Against Intellectual Property, with Stephan Kinsella (Facebook post), released Feb. 3, 2020, with host Buck Johnson. (I was previously a guest back in 2018--see KOL252 | Death to Tyrants Podcast: Human Rights, Property Rights and Copyright.) From the Shownotes: This week, I feature my interview with Stephan Kinsella, the foremost expert on the topic of "intellectual property". Can you own an idea? How about a word? A pattern of words? How about a color? Stephan Kinsella is here to explain why intellectual property is illegitimate. This episode will cause you to think seriously about the topic. Give it a listen. I think you'll enjoy it!

  • KOL280 | Fallible Animals Ep. 12: Property Rights, Argumentation Ethics, and Praxeology

    KOL280 | Fallible Animals Ep. 12: Property Rights, Argumentation Ethics, and Praxeology

    18/12/2019 Duración: 02h11min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 280. This is my appearance on the Fallible Animals podcast, Episode 12: Property Rights, Argumentation Ethics, and Praxeology with Stephan Kinsella (Apple podcasts; Spotify version; Youtube version embedded below), with host Logan Chipkin.  From Logan's shownotes: "Joining me today is patent attorney and libertarian theorist Stephan Kinsella. Mr. Kinsella is the author of the book, Against Intellectual Property, and is the founder and director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom. He is also the founder and editor of Libertarians Papers, and he’s a member of the Editorial Board of Reason Papers. We cover a wide range of specific topics, from property rights, argumentation ethics, whether or not praxeology is falsifiable, common arguments against the existence or morality of anarcho-capitalism, and potential connections between praxeology, free will, and constructor theory. Stephan Kinsella's website - http://www.stephankinsella.com Stephan Kinsella's Twitte

  • KOL279 | A College Student Interviews Stephan About How Libertarians View the World

    KOL279 | A College Student Interviews Stephan About How Libertarians View the World

    12/12/2019 Duración: 41min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 279. I was interviewed a few weeks ago by a college student, Greta, who is working on an honor’s thesis covering libertarian thought in America. I am always happy to talk to young people--high school students, college and grad students, and the like, but when I take the time to give them answers, I often try to publicize it so that it can potentially reach more than one person. Great has interviewed other libertarians, including Bob Murphy, who featured his interview recently on his own podcast (see Ep. 83 A College Student Interviews Bob About How Libertarians View the World). So this inspired me to put up our discussion here on my own feed. I will say that I'm not necessarily happy with how I answered the question near the end about racism and sexism in modern American culture. But it was off the cuff, and I did what I could.

  • KOL278 | Bob Murphy Show: Debating Hans Hoppe’s “Argumentation Ethics”

    KOL278 | Bob Murphy Show: Debating Hans Hoppe’s “Argumentation Ethics”

    25/11/2019 Duración: 01h31min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 278. I was a guest on Episode 79 of The Bob Murphy Show, entitled "Stephan Kinsella and Bob Murphy Debate Hans Hoppe’s “Argumentation Ethics”. Back in June we discussed IP and related issues [KOL268 | Bob Murphy Show: Law Without the State, and the Illegitimacy of IP]. We had intended to discuss argumentation ethics but ran out of time. So we did it in this episode. I think it turned out very well. From Bob's show notes: By popular demand, Bob brings Stephan back on the podcast, this time to debate Hans Hoppe’s famous “argumentation ethics” case for libertarianism. Stephan defends Hoppe’s claim that any attempt to justify a NON-libertarian system would result in a performative contradiction, while Bob clarifies the argument and raises concerns about it. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube video for this interview. Hans Hoppe’s talk on argumentation ethics at his Property & Freedom Society. The 1988 Liberty symposium on Hoppe’s argum

  • KOL277 | AFF Phoenix Debate: Intellectual Property Rights: Yay or Nay?

    KOL277 | AFF Phoenix Debate: Intellectual Property Rights: Yay or Nay?

    17/11/2019 Duración: 01h04min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 277. I participated in a debate sponsored by America's Future Foundation-Phoenix this past Thursday, Nov. 14, against local patent attorney Maria Crimi Speth. This is the audio from my iPhone. Probably inferior. I'll release better quality media if it becomes available later.

  • KOL276 | La Sierra University: Abolish Intellectual Property Law

    KOL276 | La Sierra University: Abolish Intellectual Property Law

    14/11/2019 Duración: 43min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 276. This is my speech delivered for the Troesh Talk, part of the Business Colloquium course, at the Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business at La Sierra University Nov. 12, 2019. I was invited by Associate Dean Gary Chartier, who runs the Colloquium. The audience consisted mainly of business and grad students.

  • KOL275 | Did You Know Crypto Podcast, Ep. 54: You Don’t Own Your Bitcoin

    KOL275 | Did You Know Crypto Podcast, Ep. 54: You Don’t Own Your Bitcoin

    14/10/2019 Duración: 54min

    Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 275. This is my appearance in Episode 54 of the Did You Know Crypto Podcast, with host Dustin Dreifuerst. We talked about ownership of bitcoin and related issues.  As Dustin summarized in his show notes: Stephan and I talk about… Ownership, Control & Property as Legal concepts Why you cant actually “own” Bitcoin How Bitcoin is about secrets not property Ownership is a state augmentation Why this isn’t an attack on Bitcoin (I previously appeared on this podcast: KOL266 | Did You Know Crypto Podcast, Ep. 36: Bitcoin Patent Trolling.) For more information see this episode and related show notes: KOL274 | Nobody Owns Bitcoin (PFS 2019).

  • KOL274 | Nobody Owns Bitcoin (PFS 2019)

    KOL274 | Nobody Owns Bitcoin (PFS 2019)

    20/09/2019 Duración: 25min
  • KOL273 | Peter Quinones Interview on Argumentation Ethics

    KOL273 | Peter Quinones Interview on Argumentation Ethics

    23/08/2019 Duración: 01h13min
  • KOL272 | Ernie Hancock Freedom’s Phoenix on Reputation Rights, Defamation, IP

    KOL272 | Ernie Hancock Freedom’s Phoenix on Reputation Rights, Defamation, IP

    21/08/2019 Duración: 52min
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