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Thanks for posting this lecture. I am in the course of reading/digesting Epstein's The Classical Liberal Constitution and found his remarks valuable, as usual.

Having not personally seen him in action in a number of years, I was somewhat surprised that he has turned his non-notes delivery into a practiced shtick. Unfortunately, the organization of the book suffers in a similar way.

Richard Epstein is a must read. He is multi disciplinary, which I consider a very good thing. His views do not necessarily depend on any type of economic theory. If every type of economic theory were debunked tomorrow, then both libertarian and free market philosophy would survive just fine.

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