Video courtesy of Mike Shanklin, the last few minutes of an hour-long hangout in which he is asked about brutalism as a concept.

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  • After reading two great articles: 1. The Limits of Libertarianism – Will Moyer 2. Against Libertarian Brutalism – Jeffrey Tucker I’ve been thinking about the idea that libertarians are often inflexible and unable to adapt. They stick to the books and have a “Mises Tower*” view of the world. What do you think, is this way of looking things a poison to the philosophy? A Ying for the Yang? The proper way of looking at things (maybe because the opposite leads to socialism)? * Like “Ivory Tower”

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