The Intellectual Incoherence of Conservatism is now available in Spanish, as La incoherencia intelectual del conservadurismo. This version was originally translated by Jorge A. Soler Sanz, and then revised, edited and corrected by Oscar Grau for the official publication of the Spanish version for the Mises Institute website.
From the Mises Institute conference “The Economics of Fascism” [Auburn, Alabama; 7-8 October 2005], professor Hoppe’s talk “The Economic Doctrine of the Nazis,” with Spanish subtitles. Original version below.
The transcript of Professor Hoppe’s Hans Hermann Hoppe, “On The Ethics of Argumentation” (PFS 2016) (Sept. 2016) has been translated into Spanish (thanks to translator Oscar Grau).
Getting Libertarianism Right (Mises 2018) is now available in Russian, translated by Mihail Parfenyuk. Translation below.
Getting Libertarianism Right (Mises 2018) is now available in French as Bien comprendre le libertarianisme, with a preface by Sean Gabb, and translated by Stéphane Geyres, Léa Sentenac, and Daivy Merlijs.
Getting Libertarianism Right (Mises 2018) has been published in a Japanese translation (translated be Tatsuya Iwakura).
“Hans-Hermann Hoppe, The In-Depth Interview,” by Jeff Deist, has just been released by the Mises Institute (The Austrian, vol. 6, no. 2, March-April 2020). It will be included in the revised Second Edition of The Great Fiction (2020).
Hans Hoppe e a insustentável defesa do Estado (LVM Editora, 2019) (“Hans Hoppe and the unsustainable defense of the State”) has just been published in Portuguese. This work is part of a collection aimed at popularizing the thought of various great thinkers organized by Prof. Dennys Xavier. The volume on Professor Hoppe’s thought is the fourth in the series; the others in the series so far include volumes on Hayek, Ayn Rand, and Thomas Sowell.
What Must Be Done (2009, based on a lecture delivered in 1997) has been translated into Portuguese as part of a pocket-book collection as O que deve ser feito (LVM Editora, 2019; translation by Paulo Pozonoff, preface by Rodrigo Saraiva Marinho).
A previous translation by Fernando Fiori Chiocca was previously published in 2013, and is available here.
Speech delivered in German on 23 November 2019 at the Palais Coburg in Vienna, Austria, at an event commemorating the 70th anniversary of the publication of Mises’s Human Action. English translation by Robert Grözinger
[This talk was delivered 23 November at the Palais Coburg in Vienna, Austria, at an event commemorating the 70th anniversary of the publication of Mises’s Human Action.]
Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for people as young as 20 or 30 to feel they have to share their memories with the world. Even at an advanced age, I prefer not to talk publicly about personal things and experiences in my life, but to reserve this for private conversations.
Preface to Against the Left: A Rothbardian Libertarianism, by Llewellyn H Rockwell Jr. (Rockwell Communications LLC, 2019).
by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Every person, including identical twins, is unique, different from and unequal to all other persons. Everyone is born at a different time and/or place. Everyone has two different, older and unequal biological parents, a male father and a female mother. Every person, throughout its entire life, faces and must act in a different and unequal environment with different and unequal opportunities and challenges, and every person’s life, its accomplishments and its failings, its joys and satisfactions as much as its disappointments, sorrows and sufferings, then, is different from and unequal to that of everyone else. Moreover, this natural inequality of any and all human beings is still greatly amplified with the establishment of any and every society based on the division of labor. [continue reading…]
This is an interview of Dr. Hoppe by Mikhail Svetov, the organizer of his recent trip to Moscow [“Historical Patterns and Tendencies from an Austro-Libertarian Perspective”: Hoppe in Moscow].
From the Youtube notes: “Conversation with dr. Hans-Hermann Hoppe about corrupting money in politics, perils of democracy, split between Cato Institute and Rothbard, freedom of association and getting libertarianism right.”