In this episode we talk about when liberalism split into two. We also adress the main ideological opponent to liberalism that got going during this time – socialism.
Otros episodios de "History of Liberalism"
E19 – Rawls and Nozick
19:37The last episode, in which we deal with the two intellectual giants of the 20th century – John Rawls and Robert Nozick.
E18 – Rand and Goldwater
25:58In this episode we take a closer look at first Ayn Rand, and then Barry Goldwater.
E17 – Friedman and the Chicago school
24:19In this episode we discuss Milton Friedman and some of his colleagues in Chicago.
E16 – Keynes, Popper and Berlin
26:02In this episode we take a closer look at three thinkers who spent most of their lives in the UK: Keynes, Popper and Berlin.
E15 – The Austrian School
24:51In this episode we take a close look at the Austrian School and two of the most famous members – Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek.
E14 – The neo-classical liberals
23:09A short overview of some of the most important neo-classical liberals, anarchism and lastly, a quick bite of the early 20th century.
E13 – The 19th century
25:31Today’s episode is about the small topic of the 19th century. We try to sketch the outlines of the most important historical events that went down during this time in order to better understand the world liberalism evolved in.
E12 – Laissez Faire
20:11  In this episode we discuss Laissez Faire, the Corn Laws and Bastiat.
E11 – When liberalism split, plus socialism
25:36In this episode we talk about when liberalism split into two. We also adress the main ideological opponent to liberalism that got going during this time – socialism.
E10 – Utilitarianism
24:49In this episode we have a closer look at the men who creates utilitarianism – Bentham and the Mills.