Jeffrey Tucker is the founder and CEO of the Brownstone Institute, a think-tank that distributes ideas surrounding health, economics, and the philosophical foundations of freedom.

The Brownstone Institute is a nonprofit organisation founded in May 2021. Its vision is of a society that places the highest value on the voluntary interaction of individuals and groups while minimising the use of violence and force including that which is exercised by public or private authorities.

Brownstone Institute looks to influence a post-lockdown world by generating new ideas in public health, philosophy, scientific discourse, economics, and social theory.

It hopes to enlighten and mobilize public life to defend and promote the liberty that is critical for an enlightened society from which everyone benefits.

The purpose is to point the way toward a better understanding of essential freedoms – including intellectual freedom and free speech – and the proper means to preserve essential rights even in times of crisis.

Jeffrey has served as a columnist at Forbes; is the founder of the Atlanta Bitcoin Embassy; is a senior Distinguished Fellow of the Austrian Economics Centre in Vienna, Austria; is a Honorary Fellow of Mises Brazil; and is the author of many thousands of articles and eight books.

He speaks on topics such as economics, technology, social philosophy, and culture.

Austrian economics is a school of economic thought that originated in the late 19th century and is associated with the work of economists such as Carl Menger, Ludwig von Mises, and Friedrich Hayek.

It is named after its Austrian origins, although its influence extends beyond Austria.

Plus, it emphasises individualism and the importance of market processes in economic analysis. It places a strong emphasis on understanding human action and behavior, focusing on how individuals make choices and allocate resources based on their subjective preferences and the information available to them.

I chatted to him about his article, How The Pandemic Response Changed My Thinking, in which he outlines how the Covid “pandemic” derailed everything he thought he knew about the world around him.

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