A New Hoppe Book
We have exciting news for fans of Dr. Hans-Hermann Hoppe!
What if I told you there was an unpublished Hoppean treatise, a staggering book which encapsulated his entire worldview in one magnificent volume?
This book exists, and we plan to publish it early spring of next year. And we want you to be part of it.
Here’s the background: in June 2004, Professor Hoppe visited our campus in Auburn to deliver an ambitious series of lectures titled Economy, Society, and History. What followed was an intellectual tour de force few academics would even attempt.
Only those lucky enough to attend heard these lectures. This is entirely “new” material for the vast majority of Hoppe fans.
Over ten lectures, one each morning and afternoon for a week, Dr. Hoppe presented nothing short of a sweeping historical narrative and vision for a society rooted in markets and property. Delivered only from notes to an audience of academics and intellectuals, the lectures showed astonishing depth and breadth.
Even the most jaded scholars in the room were blown away by the erudition and scholarship of Hoppe’s presentation.
Will you help us bring these incredible lectures to the wider audience they deserve?
This project brings together the core of Hoppe’s lifetime of theoretical work in one vital and cohesive source. Here we find provocative themes developed by Hoppe in the 1980s and 90s, particularly in his essays found in A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism and The Economics and Ethics of Private Property. We also find his devastating critique of democracy, made famous in his seminal book Democracy, the God that Failed.
We’ve taken the recordings, edited them, and put them into a printed book. As a bonus, the boo
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