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Educate Yourself - Mises Institute's iTunes University

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posted on Feb, 9 2010 @ 12:32 PM
I authored this article on Fascist Soup
The Mises Institutes iTunes University store has just recently opened.

They have the entire set of Human Action by Mises on audio book for free.

All their stuff is free.

Its a virtual cornucopia of economic goodness.

You need iTunes installed for these links to work.

Mises iTunes Storefront

Thomas Woods, Robert Murphy, and Jeffery Tucker are a couple of my favorite speakers, so be sure to check out their work.

Particularly Murphy’s lectures on Anarchism and the constitution.

A few selected works I enjoy:

The Evils of Intellectual Property

Introduction to Anarchy

JRR Tolkien as a Libertarian

Human Action by Mises

Related links that do not require iTunes:

In addition to the iTunes University library, Mises operates a YouTube channel that hosts all sorts of great lectures on freedom, liberty, Austrian economic theory, and government legitimacy.

An awesome lecture by Tom Wood's on Lysander Spooner's work, The Constitution of No Authority, hosted on my blog, which also regularly covers these topics.

[edit on 9-2-2010 by mnemeth1]

posted on Feb, 9 2010 @ 02:23 PM
reply to post by mnemeth1

Thanks, but no thanks. I'm not installing any of Apple's crap-tastic software, nor do I support any organization that feels the need to dissimenate their information solely by an Apple product. and/or by Apple software

That means I'll pass on the You-tube videos as well until this organization can play better with all media outlets like Amazon and Napster.

posted on Feb, 9 2010 @ 02:56 PM
This is the group I vote for to replace the Cato Institute, which has gone seriously downhill.

While I dislike Apple and it's proprietary garbage, there are other avenues to see Von Mises speakers.

Youtube has a nice selection, and you can read up on their site.

posted on Feb, 9 2010 @ 03:06 PM
reply to post by KrazyJethro

Yeah the site hosts lots of streaming audio, pdf downloads, and video commentary as well.

I think the previous poster is just mad that an organization actually cares about freedom and liberty, not so much how they distribute it.

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