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PFS 2022 Annual Meeting—Date, Location and Tentative List of Speakers and Topics

[UPDATE: see this final listing here: PFS 2022 Annual Meeting—Speakers and Topics]

The 2022 Annual Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society will be held from Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022 (arrivals) to Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022 (departures), in Bodrum, Turkey, at the Hotel Karia Princess. Those interested in attending future meetings should contact Dr. Hoppe or Mr. Thomas Jacob (jacob@pfs-zurich.ch) (Administrative Secretary/Membership), regarding conditions, availability, and requirements. For information about the 2021 Annual Meeting, or previous meetings, see here.

The list of speakers for the 2022 Annual Meeting will be added here in due course.

The tentative list of speakers for the 2022 Annual Meeting follows:

  • Hans-Hermann Hoppe (Germany/Turkey), “From Socialism to Socialism or What has Come of Germany”
  • David Dürr (Switzerland), “War and Peace – and the Law”
  • Doug French (USA), “How Movements are Turned into Rackets”
  • Alessandro Fusillo (Italy), “Roman Law Reconsidered”
  • Sean Gabb (England), “Emperor Andronicus I Comnenos (1118–1185) – The Trump of Constantinople”
  • Robert Groezinger (Germany), “Gary North’s Covenantalism as a Contribution to Political Economy”
  • Jörg Guido Hülsmann (Germany/France), “The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science”
  • Karl-Friedrich Israel (Germany/France), “The Menace of Inflation: Admission and Denial”
  • Stephan Kinsella (Texas), “Selling Does Not Imply Ownership, and Vice-Versa: A Dissection” [See KOL395]
  • Yuri Maltsev (USA), “Gemeinwirtschaft After 100 Years”
  • Daniel Model (Liechtenstein; Model Holding), “The Neglect of the Psyche in Governmental Action”
  • Antony Müller (Germany/Brazil), “Do We Need Political Parties?”
  • Thorsten Polleit (Germany), “Helmut Schelsky’s “The Others Do the Work. Class Warfare and the Priesthood Rule of the Intellectuals” Revisited”
  • Josef Šíma (Czech Republic), “Misesian “Desperado Policies” as Daily Routine – Economic Transition and European Integration”
  • Andreas Tögel (Austria), “God Created Men and Samuel Colt Made Them Equal: Why Guns in Private Hands Increase Freedom and Security”
  • Frank Van Dun (Belgium), “Socialization and the Loss of Law-based Accountability—A Philosophical Reflection”

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The Property and Freedom Society (Facebook page) was established in May, 2006 at the initiative of world-renowned libertarian philosopher and Austrian economist Hans-Hermann Hoppe. The Inaugural Meeting and subsequent annual meetings have been held at the Hotel Karia Princess in Bodrum, Turkey. Programmes and video of previous presentations are available here. The PFS is an international society for the promotion of “Austro-Libertarianism,” the economic and social philosophy most prominently represented during the 20th century by the Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises and his leading American student Murray N. Rothbard, and tying back to the 19th century French economists Frederic Bastiat and Gustave de Molinari. As such, the PFS stands for an uncompromising intellectual radicalism: for justly acquired private property, freedom of contract, freedom of association—which logically implies the right to not associate with, or to discriminate against—anyone in one’s personal and business relations—and unconditional free trade. It condemns imperialism and militarism and their fomenters, and champions peace. In the words of Professor Hoppe in 2010, at the Fifth Annual Meeting:

After the first meeting, 5 years ago, here at the Karia Princess, my plan became more specific still. Inspired by the charm of the place and its beautiful garden, I decided to adopt the model of a salon for the Property And Freedom Society and its meetings. The dictionary defines a salon as “a gathering of intellectual, social, political, and cultural elites under the roof of an inspiring hostess or host, partly to amuse one another and partly to refine their taste and increase their knowledge through conversation.” Take the “political” out of this definition—and there you have it what I have tried to accomplish for the last few years, together with Gülcin, my wife and fellow Misesian, without whose support none of this would be possible: to be hostess and host to a grand and extended annual salon, and to make it, with your help, the most attractive and illustrious salon there is. [Video here and streamed below]

For further information, see:

PFS 2010 – Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Welcoming Remarks. The PFS – After Five Years

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For further information about the PFS and its previous meetings, see the Press & Offsite Material page, and various articles such as:

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