Aeon Skoble on Social Cooperation

by Don Boudreaux on August 3, 2015

in Complexity & Emergence, Cooperation, Myths and Fallacies, The Profit Motive, Video

The dominant theme of some of the great classic works in the classical-liberal tradition – books such as Ludwig von Mises’s 1927 Liberalism and Henry Hazlitt’s 1964 The Foundations of Morality – is that a society based on private property and free markets promotes an extensive, productive, and marvelous web of social cooperation.

I discovered only just this morning this superb 2012 Learn Liberty video, on social cooperation, featuring the philosopher Aeon Skoble.  Do watch!

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