In this episode of MER, Alex McHugh interview Gus diZerega on his work around democracy as a spontaneous order.
Gus is a retired professor with a Ph.D in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. He is now an independent scholar and has been involved in an ongoing back and forth on libertarianism with our own Roderick Long.
Read more about Gus diZerega at www.dizerega.com.
- “Democracies are Spontaneous Orders, not States, and Why It is Important,” Cosmos + Taxis
- “Outgrowing Methodological Individualism: Emergence, spontaneous orders, and civil society,” Cosmos + Taxis
- “Spontaneous Order and Liberalism’s Complex Relation to Democracy,” The Independent Review
- Ours: The Case For Universal Property, Peter Barnes
- “Turning the Tables: The Pathologies and Unrealized Promise of Libertarianism,” Molinari Review
- Plus, look out for Gus’s response to Roderick Long in the next edition of the Molinari Review!
And next month, look out for a retrospective interview with Charles Johnson and Gary Chartier on the 10-year anniversary of Markets Not Capitalism. We’ve also got individual issues up with both editors on another C4SS podcast, The Enragés, and we’ll be releasing special bonus episodes with MnC contributors throughout the fall (only available on Patreon).