The Ethics of Liberty
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|Author||Murray N. Rothbard|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover & Paperback) & e-book, audio-CD|
|Pages||336 (Online e–book edition)|
|ISBN||0-391-02371-3 (Paperback edition)|
|LC Class||JC585 .R69 1982|
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Reception of the book has been positive in libertarian circles. Many praise the book for its incisive analysis of natural law and its practical applications. Libertarian commentator Sheldon Richman says : "The Ethics of Liberty is a great book that deserves the attention of anyone interested in the good society and human flourishing."
- New York University Press. New York, NY: February 1, 2003. Paperback. ISBN 0-8147-7559-4.
- New York University Press. New York, NY: May 1, 1998. Hardcover. ISBN 0-8147-7506-3.
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- Full text at the Mises Institute
- Audiobook at the Mises Institute
- Audiobook at SoundCloud
- Introduction by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
- Rothbard, Murray N. "Introduction to the French Edition of Ethics of Liberty." Journal of Libertarian Studies, vol. 10, No. 1 (1991): 11–22.
- Richman, Sheldon. Review of The Ethics of Liberty by Murray N. Rothbard. The Freeman, vol. 48, no. 12 (December 1998).