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Jerry Gaus

Saddened to learn of Jerry’s passing. He was such an easy going and a thoroughly decent chap and a really good philosopher to boot. Jerry was well-known to Cosmos + Taxis via the symposium on his The Tyranny of the Ideal and his participation in the symposium on Pete Boettke’s F. A. Hayek: Economics, Political…

Herzl’s Bicycle

Marking Theodor Herzl’s birth date. The top photo is of a mini sculpture near the Budapest synagogue and is based on the second photo on display in the Vienna Jewish Museum. The third photo is of the actual bicycle, also on display in the Vienna Jewish Museum. Read Herzl’s The Jewish State here; an audio book…

Palgrave Studies in Classical Liberalism

Thank you to all the authors, volume editors, the behind the scenes editorial support at Palgrave and last, but not least, to the external referees, for making this a most dynamic and ecumenical series. With several titles in the pipeline the next year promises to be equally exciting. Austrian Economicsclassical liberalismphilosophy of social sciencepolitical economyPolitical philosophy