“The conceptual distortions committed by Mirowski are almost comical. Liberty is absence of infringements on private property rights. Democratic participation, i.e. voting on the use of property rights of others, is opposed to liberty. The market is no entity that somehow rules the people.” Why Mirowski Is Wrong About Neoliberalism and the Austrian School | Mises Institute

The conceptual distortions committed by Mirowski are almost comical. Liberty is absence of infringements on private property rights. Democratic participation, i.e. voting on the use of property rights of others, is opposed to liberty. The market is no entity that somehow rules the people.

Source: Why Mirowski Is Wrong About Neoliberalism and the Austrian School | Mises Institute

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