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Liberty Fund is proud to offer a rich collection of classic works in American history that illuminate the guiding principles of America’s founding era to scholars and students alike.
Our economics titles explore how economic reasoning applies to political science and other social sciences, and its relevance as moral philosophy. Highlights include works by Nobel laureate James M. Buchanan, as well as classic texts from Bastiat, Hayek, von Mises, Kirzner, Mill, and Tullock.
Our history collection opens windows into history, and into the history of writing about history. Whether it’s Hume’s History of England or Burke’s Reflections on the French Revolution, our books encourage readers to reflect on the events of history and the ways we discuss those events over time.
Constitutionalism, common law, and the principles of law in a free society are just a few of the ideas that make up this collection. These titles serve as a rich resource for the scholar, legal historian, and anyone interested in the origin and nature of the often elusive idea of liberty.
Natural Law & Enlightenment Classics
Spanning the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this series includes over 40 volumes of the Enlightenment’s most significant works on natural law, moral philosophy, political theory, jurisprudence, and theology.
Our collection of important classic works in the history of political thought help shape the ideas of liberty in today’s society, including essential works by Hume, Locke, and de Tocqueville, as well as twentieth-century perspectives from writers like Oakeshott and de Jouvenel.
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Goodrich C. White Professor of English at Emory University