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The Keynesian Episode: A Reassessment By W. H. Hutt


The late W. H. Hutt was a preeminent and persistent critic of the economic theories of John Maynard Keynes. In The Keynesian Episode, he presents a comprehensive review of Keynes’s General Theory, including the finest critique to date of the Acceleration Principle. He questions the very legitimacy of Keynes’s fundamental epistemology.

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La democracia en América Por Alexis de Tocqueville
Edición crítica y traducción de Eduardo Nolla


En 1831, y a pedido del gobierno francés, Alexis de Tocqueville y Gustave de Beaumont dedicaron nueve meses en los Estados Unidos al estudio de su sistema penitenciario. Su investigación también incluyó diversos aspectos de la vida pública y privada de la jóven nación: políticos, económico, religiosos, culturales, y sobre todo sociales. Democracia en América fue el resultado de las copiosas notas tomadas por Tocqueville en el transcurso de esa investigación.

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La ética de la redistribución Por Bertrand de Jouvenel


Introducción de John Gray
Traducido por Stella Mastrangelo

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The Lamp of Experience: Whig History and the Intellectual Origins of the American Revolution By Trevor Colbourn

American Founding American History

In a landmark work, a leading scholar of the eighteenth century examines the ways in which an understanding of the nature of history influenced the thinking of the founding fathers.

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Law and Economics By Gordon Tullock
Edited and with an Introduction by Charles K. Rowley


Gordon Tullock’s innovative scholarship in law and economics shines in this volume. It includes, in full, his famous book The Logic of Law, the first book to analyze the law from the perspective of economics. It also includes an influential and controversial monograph, The Case against the Common Law, the best chapters from his book, Trials on Trial, as well as a sequence of influential articles in the field of law and economics.

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Law, Liberty, and Parliament: Selected Essays on the Writings of Sir Edward Coke Edited and with an Introduction by Allen D. Boyer


Sir Edward Coke remains one of the most important figures in the history of the common law. The essays collected in this volume provide a broad context for understanding and appreciating the scope of Coke’s achievement: his theory of law, his work as a lawyer and a judge, his role in pioneering judicial review, his leadership of the Commons, and his place in the broader culture of Elizabethan and Jacobean England.

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The Law of Nations By Emer de Vattel
Edited and with an Introduction by Béla Kapossy and Richard Whatmore

Natural Law and E...

The great eighteenth-century theorist of international law Emer de Vattel (1714–1767) was a key figure in sustaining the practical and theoretical influence of natural jurisprudence through the Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras. Coming toward the end of the period when the discourse of natural law was dominant in European political theory, Vattel’s contribution is cited as a major source of contemporary wisdom on questions of international law in the American Revolution and even by opponents of revolution, such as Cardinal Consalvi, at the Congress of Vienna of 1815.

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The Law of Nations Treated According to the Scientific Method By Christian Wolff
Translated by Joseph H. Drake (1934)
Translation revised by Thomas Ahnert
Edited and with an Introduction by Thomas Ahnert

Natural Law and E...

Christian Wolff’s The Law of Nations is a cornerstone of eighteenth-century thought. A treatise on the philosophy of human action, on the foundations of political communities, and on international law, it influenced philosophers throughout the eighteenth-century Enlightenment world. According to Knud Haakonssen, general editor of the Natural Law and Enlightenment series, “before Kant’s critical philosophy, Wolff was without comparison the most influential German thinker for several decades as well as a major European figure.”

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Lectures on Jurisprudence By Adam Smith
Edited by R. L. Meek, D. D. Raphael, and P. G. Stein

Economics Glasgow Edition o...

Smith’s Lectures on Jurisprudence, originally delivered at the University of Glasgow in 1762–1763, presents his “theory of the rules by which civil government ought to be directed.” The chief purpose of government, according to Smith, is to preserve justice; and “the object of justice is security from injury.” The state must protect the individual’s right to his person, property, reputation, and social relations.

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Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres By Adam Smith
Edited by J. C. Bryce

Economics Glasgow Edition o...

The “Notes of Dr. Smith’s Rhetorick Lectures,” discovered in 1958 by a University of Aberdeen professor, consists of lecture notes taken by two of Smith’s students at the University of Glasgow in 1762–1763. There are thirty lectures in the collection, all on rhetoric and the different kinds or characteristics of style.

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