Online Library of Liberty

ที่มา: ต้นฉบับ ความนิยม:เวลาปล่อย:2022-11-23

Spanning the centuries from Hammurabi to Hume, and collecting material on topics from art and economics to law and political theory, the OLL provides you with a rich variety of texts to explore and consider.

The OLL blog explores the fascinating, vital, and often surprising texts and people that fill our library. Come talk in our library!

The OLL brings people together to debate and discuss important texts and big ideas about liberty.

Frederick Douglass sketches the stages on his road to literacy in the early chapters of his autobiography, Life and Times (1893). As a young slave, Frederick Douglass struggled with his place in the world.

We believe that the first written reference to the concept of liberty is the ancient Sumerian cuneiform symbol amagi which Liberty Fund uses as its logo. Urukagina, the leader of the Sumerian city-state of Girsu/Lagash, led a popular movement that resulted in the reform of the oppressive legal and governmental structure of Sumeria. The oppressive conditions in the city before the ref...

At best, healthcare and education in the United States are suboptimal. At worst, they are  a national disgrace. Any disagreements over how best to improve each institution concern more narrowly focused issues, such as racial disparities in outcomes, and the reasons for these disparities. This month, weve invited several scholars to discuss this issue.