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Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Data de nascimento: 2. Setembro 1949


Hans-Hermann Hoppe é um filósofo e economista alemão-americano da Escola austríaca, da tradição anarcocapitalista. Foi professor de economia na Universidade de Nevada, em Las Vegas, até sua aposentadoria em 2008.

Obteve seu PhD na Universidade de Frankfurt Johann Wolfgang Goethe, na Alemanha. É autor, entre outros trabalhos, de Uma Teoria sobre Socialismo e Capitalismo e The Economics and Ethics of Private Property, onde defende um sistema bancário livre.

Suas contribuições abarcam desde a ética — na qual fundamenta o direito natural a partir da teoria discursiva habermasiana — à economia — debatendo o conceito de bem público, passando pela política libertária e a apologia do Direito privado como o único ético e eficaz.

É membro sênior do Ludwig von Mises Institute e co-editor do periódico Review of Austrian Economics.

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„As soon as a crisis breaks out, within the given institutional framework, the same mistake will be made over and over again, on a larger and larger scale. Every future crisis will be bigger than the crisis that we had before.“

—  Hans-Hermann Hoppe
10:55. "Economic Crisis: How to Cause Them and How to Make Them Worse by 'Curing' Them." - Hoppe - Part 4, Youtube, (3 May 2011)

„According to the pronouncements of our state rulers and their intellectual bodyguards (of whom there are more than ever before), we are better protected and more secure than ever. We are supposedly protected from global warming and cooling, from the extinction of animals and plants, from the abuses of husbands and wives, parents and employers, from poverty, disease, disaster, ignorance, prejudice, racism, sexism, homophobia, and countless other public enemies and dangers. In fact, however, matters are strikingly different. In order to provide us with all this protection, the state managers expropriate more than 40 percent of the incomes of private producers year in and year out. Government debt and liabilities have increased without interruption, thus increasing the need for future expropriations. Owing to the substitution of government paper money for gold, financial insecurity has increased sharply, and we are continually robbed through currency depreciation. Every detail of private life, property, trade, and contract is regulated by ever higher mountains of laws legislation), thereby creating permanent legal uncertainty and moral hazard. In particular, we have been gradually stripped of the right to exclusion implied in the very concept of private property. … In short, the more the state has increased its expenditures on social security and public safety, the more our private property rights have been eroded, the more our property has been expropriated, confiscated, destroyed, or depreciated, and the more we have been deprived of the very foundation of all protection: economic independence, financial strength, and personal wealth.“

—  Hans-Hermann Hoppe
"The Private Production of Defense" (15 June 1999)

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