Dr. Franciszek Stefczyk led a quiet life never allowing power to interfere with life as Catholic, husband, father, and social pioneer.
The free market does not automatically produce free men, as much as the libertarians of his time and ours would like it to do so.
Austrian thinkers have been denouncing state intervention only to defend it whenever the rhetorical needs of the moment demand it.
Having examined “Austrian scholarship” on the late Jesuit scholastics, Christopher Ferrara tackles the second part of his review of the English enclosures.
Why are the past fifty years of scholarship on the enclosures more reliable than the past two centuries of scholarship?
Christendom, unlike “market forces,” presupposes real freedom; if man was not free and meant to be fulfilled in his freedom, Christendom would not be needed.
The importance of agriculture to the foundation of the Roman state is seen also in their mythology and calendar.
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