MISES: Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Law and Economics https://revistamises.org.br/misesjournal <p dir="ltr">MISES: Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Law and Economics , scholarly and peer-reviewed journal (print and on-line) published three times a year by Instituto Mises Brasil which was founded in 2007. The topics covered in the journal mainly include (but not limit to): Epistemology and Ethics, Economics, Methodology and Praxeology, History of Economic Thought, Society, Legislation and Politics, Culture and Freedom.&nbsp;</p> <p dir="ltr">The journal is published in Portuguese, Spanish and English. The e-journal provides free and open access to its content on our website.</p> Instituto Mises Brasil en-US MISES: Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Law and Economics 2318-0811 <p>Articles or reviews submitted for publication in <em>MISES: Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Law and Economics</em> must be original contributions and should not be under review by any other publisher. Authors who submit articles for publication should be responsible, if there is any copyright infringement, and indemnify the editor injured by the breach of contract. All published articles and reviews will become legal property of the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Brazil, and may be reproduced in other media after the publication of the journal, provided the source is quoted.</p> A Pesquisa Austríaca Construindo Pontes entre Diferentes Tradições Intelectuais https://revistamises.org.br/misesjournal/article/view/31 Fábio Barbieri ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-09 2017-12-09 5 1 5 8 Vendo a Vida Pela Economia No Brasil – Como Não Pensei Nisso Antes? https://revistamises.org.br/misesjournal/article/view/54 <p>Resenha do livro: Vendo a Vida Pela Economia No Brasil – Como Não Pensei Nisso Antes?</p> <p>Autor: Luiz Zottmann<br>Autografia, (188 páginas)<br>ISBN: 978-8-551-8011-47</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Ubiratan Iorio ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-09 2017-12-09 5 1 181 183 Liberalism And General Welfare: https://revistamises.org.br/misesjournal/article/view/52 <p>Many people think there is a direct and obligatory relation between being a good person and embracing left oriented political thoughts. According to this understanding, if you are a just, solidary person, who cares about others – specially the minorities and the poor – you ought to belong to the left, which would be the only political field grounded on such concern. This article criticizes that view, and shows that liberalism also chases general welfare, but does such with different mechanisms. The examples presented show that even some thoughts commonly associated with the left are, in fact, better defensible when grounded on principles of liberal thinking.</p> Gustavo Maultasch ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-09 2017-12-09 5 1 167 174 Utopia As Religion: https://revistamises.org.br/misesjournal/article/view/51 <p>The article draws attention to the fact that political thought often manifests itself as a substitute for religion: metanarratives of a demystified telos for history. It discusses how socialism has progressively dispossessed the religious eschatology of its sphere of activity and has brought it to the common history. This posture led to the belief that, in the future, any political act will transform what once was absurd into something logical and what was disharmonious into something harmonic. Based on this, the article criticizes the utopian system and its nature of religious hope, using and advancing the Austrian proto-criticism.</p> Yago Martins ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-09 2017-12-09 5 1 147 165 “In The Midst Of People”: https://revistamises.org.br/misesjournal/article/view/49 <p>The article seeks to consider the term people and authority in the Christian perspective, with particular reference to the theoretical perspective of Italian sociologist-political expert Luigi Sturzo. Starting from the observation that the the needs of the leader of his people's instances of "being in the midst of people" can take on different meanings and sometimes contradictory, the author analyzes the possible meaning of the notion of "people" in the classical "populist" tradition and in that of "popularism" as a political theory that was born as an attempt by Sturzo to historicize the principles of the Church's Social Doctrine. In order to make the difference between "populism" and "popularism" clear, the author introduces the concept of "political authority" developed by Sturzo, which, to a problematic notion of "rationality", opposes a "concrete" 'rationality of I': the principle of "transcendent unifying", able to transcend its immediate interest in making the other's reasons.</p> Flavio Felice ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-09 2017-12-09 5 1 137 146