Rothbard revisited

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Conservative philosopher Edward Feser rebuts Gerald Casey's defense of Murray Rothbard.


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"But who ever thought Rothbard was a serious philosopher in the first place?" you ask. Well, Rothbardians think he was; indeed, they regard him as a kind of "renaissance man," and their absurd overestimation of his significance in the history of thought is comparable to Objectivists' overestimation of Ayn Rand's significance.
Edward Feser, "Rothbard revisitedRothbard revisited"