“…the most significant thing about [a man] is what he thinks; and significant also is how he came to think it, why he continued to think it, or, if he did not continue, what the influences were which caused him to change his mind.”
–Albert Jay Nock, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man
You are what you think, and that truism has never been so elegantly put as it is here by the great Albert Jay Nock. Nock was an exquisite defender of classical liberal ideas, and he was a staunch advocate of free markets and private property. He also harbored a strong distrust of power. If you want to treat yourself to an intellectually filling meal, then sit down and devour the works of Albert Jay Nock.
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