Mission to Moscow: Discovering the “Lost Papers” of Ludwig von Mises, and their significance

03 de marzo de 2003   | Vistas: 4968 |  

Richard Ebeling and his wife Anna Ebeling share their experience finding the lost papers of Ludwig von Mises located in a formerly secret Soviet archive in Moscow. Richard Ebeling narrates how they learned of the existence of these papers and traveled to Moscow to obtain them. He describes how Mises personal things, family correspondence, important documents, books of his personal library and papers were found, and reads to the audience a document where Ludwig von Mises details all the things he left in his room and what happened to them later on. Richard and Anna Ebeling describe their contents, which were written in various languages, and they talk about their work translating and preparing the books for editing and future reference. This discovering means a lot to the academic community because now they will have access to more information about von Mises’ way of thinking and his work about different topics.




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Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín