01/11/Hans-Hermann Hoppe Democracy-The God that Failed is a brilliant and unflinching work that will be of intense interest to scholars and students of. Democracy: The God that Failed by Hoppe 12/04/Hans-Hermann Hoppe. The Economics and Politics of Monarchy, Democracy, and Natural Order. The God That Failed. The Economics and PoUtlcs of. Monarchy, Democracy, and Natural Order. Hans-Hermann Hoppe. Transaction Publishers.

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Nothing short of radical rejection of the state and adherence to libertarian-conservative principles rooted in hop;e property and voluntary interaction will suffice. The truth is out there–actually, it’s in this book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. In his Introduction, he lists other names used elsewhere to refer to the same thing, including “ordered anarchy”, “private property anarchism”, ” anarcho-capitalism “, “autogovernment”, “private law society”, and ” pure capitalism “.


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Production goe proceed consumption. Hoppe leans into the idea of a “limited state” as anything enshrining liberty, I could almost hear the muffled cries of Rand, Nozick and Hayek as I absorbed the pages. Great book though I would like to point out three things: They are put together at 13 different chapters. Democcracy virtue of its counterfactual nature, the answer to a question such as this can never be empirically confirmed or falsified.

Oct 12, Monica Perez rated it it was amazing Shelves: Retrieved from ” https: Aug 07, Bruno rated it liked it. Throughout the work, Hoppe appeals to the idea of a new, aristocratic, moral, intellectual, anti-statist elite to act as shepherds to society as it moves from democracy to natural order.


Hoppe advocates for a natural order anarchy that is pioneered by small pockets of individuals who care not for the state’s control and seek to live in freedom. The downside to the book is it is repeating itself a lot.

So how do we stop and correct the process of decivilization before total chaos results? Ones such as the innate sense that a king’s job is to dispense justice. Moreover, due to the ideological character of the war, at its end no compromise peace but only total surrender, humiliation, and punishment was possible.

English Transaction Publishers, Rutgers, N. Democratization, according democrayc Hoppe was inevitable, as was that it thee result in progressive decivilization– in contrast to rule by monarchy. I’m a firm believer in technology as the only route to achieving any kind of durable and lasting property protection through computing, cryptography, and at some point, the conquest of new physical frontiersand I don’t think Hoppe has particularly considered that.

Nov 12, Michael Marsh rated it it was amazing Shelves: In particular, there are detailed ffailed specifically of secession and of privatization as the primary vehicles and means by which to overcome democracy and establish a natural order.

That’s quite a feat. This book is worth it just for that second portion of the book. Instead, if it has not been considered a mere coincidence, the productivity of Austrian-Viennese culture has been presented gkd correctly” as proof of the positive synergistic effects of a multi-ethnic society and of multi-culturalism. This was the really great part of the book because it answers the question of what one would specifically look like and how members of a stateless society would go about ordering their lives and protecting property claims.


A must read for all citizens living in the democratic west. Democracy is often considered the best political system among the alternatives.

Under Wilson’s administration, the European war became an ideological mission – to make the world safe for democracy and free of dynastic rulers. Above all else, this book injects a much-needed strai Democracy: Only theory can again provide an answer, for theoretical propositions, as just illustrated, concern necessary facts and relations; and accordingly, just as they can be used to rule certain historical reports and interpretations out as false or impossible, so can they be used to rule certain other things in as constructively possible, even if such things have never been seen or tried.

Every action is aimed at improving the actor’s subjective well-being above what it otherwise would have been.

He attributes democracy’s failures to pressure groups seeking increased government expenditures, regulations and taxation and a lack of counter-measures to them.