Liberty has always encountered barriers through time, regardless of the benefits it portrays to those societies that embrace it. Stephen Hicks compiles arguments against free market capitalism that have prevailed in the human mind, and explains the various aspects that support this opposition. In this first part he speaks, among other arguments, about the dog-eat-dog conception regarding the liberal economic and social systems; he also describes the different aspects in which it can be disqualified as a valid argument, due to the misconceptions and fallacies it bears with it.
Stephen Hicks is professor of philosophy and executive director of the…
24 de enero de 2005
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Universidad Francisco Marroquín