About Liberty Fund
Fostering ideas. Encouraging discussion. Creating an impact.
Liberty Fund inspires engaging conversations about the ideal of liberty through the ages and across cultures.
Liberty Fund is a private educational foundation established to enrich the understanding and appreciation of the complex nature of a society of free and responsible individuals.
Liberty Fund publishes insightful books, conducts engaging conferences, and offers thought-provoking online resources. These programs focus on the intellectual heritage of individual liberty from ancient times through our own. Liberty Fund does not engage in political activity or advocacy, nor in policy making.
We invite you to get to know Liberty Fund.
Liberty Fund Books
We believe great books are vital sources of knowledge and experience and through reading we can learn from the past to impact the future. Our collection of more than 400 titles explores the ideal of liberty across many disciplines.
Liberty Fund Conferences
Liberty Fund conferences seek to illuminate various aspects of individual liberty and responsibility through informal, open, yet serious, discussion of ideas that have shaped human civilization and free society.
Liberty Fund offers a wealth of thought-provoking online resources and content ranging from blogs, videos, and podcasts to free downloadable books, interactive teacher resources, and much more.
Meet our founders. Their guiding principles and fundamental philosophies inspire our work every day.
The History of Our Logo
The cuneiform inscription used in our logo is the earliest known written appearance of the word “freedom” (amagi) or “liberty.”
Bruce P. Frohnen
Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University
Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame
Thomas Warton Professor of English Literature, St. Catherine's College Oxford