Gennady Stolyarov II


G. Stolyarov II is an actuary, science fiction novelist, independent philosophical essayist, poet, amateur mathematician, composer, contributor to Enter Stage Right, Le QL, Rebirth of Reason, and the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Senior Writer for The Liberal Institute, and Editor-in-Chief of The Rational Argumentator, a magazine championing the principles of reason, rights, and progress. Mr. Stolyarov’s blog, The Progress of Liberty, offers a combination of commentary, multimedia presentations, educational materials, and suggestions for effective activism in favor of individual freedom. Mr. Stolyarov also publishes his articles on Helium.com and Associated Content to assist the spread of rational ideas. He holds the highest Clout Level (10) possible on Associated Content. Mr. Stolyarov has also written a science fiction novel, Eden against the Colossus, a non-fiction treatise, A Rational Cosmology, and a play, Implied Consent. You can watch his YouTube Videos. Mr. Stolyarov can be contacted at gennadystolyarovii@yahoo.com.

   

Henry Hazlitt's Time Will Run Back: Unleashing Business to Improve the Human Condition  (no 327 – December 15, 2014)
Individual Empowerment through Emerging Technologies: Virtual Tools for a Better Physical World  (no 326 – November 15, 2014)
The Strengths and Weaknesses of Atlas Shrugged: Part III  (no 324 – September 15, 2014)
Fearless, Provocative, and Inescapably Thought-Provoking: A Review of Zantonavitch's Pure Liberal Fire  (no 323 – June 15, 2014)
No Excuses for Militant Barbarism in Ukraine – But the West Should Stay Out  (no 322 – May 15, 2014)
Military Conscription Shows the Evil of Ukraine’s Government  (no 322 – May 15, 2014)
Ukraine’s “Territorial Integrity” is Not Worth a Single Human Life  (no 322 – May 15, 2014)
War is the Worst Choice for Ukraine and the World  (no 321 – April 15, 2014)
Liberty or Death: Why Libertarians Should Proclaim That Death is Wrong  (no 320 – March 15, 2014)
Putting Innovation to a Vote? Majoritarian Processes versus Open Playing Fields  (no 319 – February 15, 2014)
Cryptocurrencies as a Single Pool of Wealth: Thoughts on the Purchasing Power of Decentralized Electronic Money  (no 318 – January 15, 2014)
Meaningful and Vacuous “Privilege”  (no 317 – December 15, 2013)
Feedback Loops and Individual Self-Determination  (no 316 – November 15, 2013)
Review of Edward W. Younkins's Exploring Capitalist Fiction  (no 315 – October 15, 2013)
War in the Middle East is Inherently Collectivist  (no 314 – September 15, 2013)
Against Monsanto, For GMOs  (no 313 – August 15, 2013)
In the Face of Universal Surveillance: PRISM and the Litmus Test for Liberty  (no 312 – June 15, 2013)
Fragile Reasoning in Nassim Taleb’s Antifragile: An Enlightenment Transhumanist Critique  (no 311 – May 15, 2013)
Liberty Through Long Life  (no 310 – April 15, 2013)
Open Badges and Proficiency-Based Education: A Path to a New Age of Enlightenment  (no 309 – March 15, 2013)
The Modularization of Activity  (no 308 – February 15, 2013)
Review of Gary Wolfram’s A Capitalist Manifesto  (no 307 – January 15, 2013)
Why Republicans Deserved a Crushing Defeat in the 2012 Presidential Election  (no 305 – November 15, 2012)
Rejecting the Purveyors of Pull: The Lessons of “Atlas Shrugged: Part II”  (no 304 – October 15, 2012)
Ayn Rand, Individualism, and the Dangers of Communitarianism  (no 303 – September 15, 2012)
Thoughts on James Sterba’s “Liberty and Welfare”  (no 300 – May 15, 2012)
A Barrage of Assaults on Internet Freedom  (no 299 – April 15, 2012)
The Real War – and Why Inter-Human Wars are a Distraction  (no 298 – March 15, 2012)
Christopher Hitchens, Kim Jong Il, Totalitarianism, and Cultural Homogeneity
  (no 296 – January 15, 2012)
The True Exception Is Not America  (no 295 – December 15, 2011)
The Perils of Cultural Homogeneity  (no 294 – November 15, 2011)
The Heinous Precedent of the Awlaki Assassination  (no 293 – October 15, 2011)
Prudent Principles for Advancing Liberty  (no 292 – September 15, 2011)
The Accomplishments of Atlas Shrugged: Part I  (no 289 – May 15, 2011)
The US Federal Budget: Political Grandstanding versus Real Advances for Freedom  (no 288 – April 15, 2011)
Liberty in the Middle East Means Liberty at Home  (no 287 – March 15, 2011)
A Review of Edward W. Younkins's Flourishing and Happiness in a Free Society  (no 286 – February 15, 2011)
Wrongful Foreclosures and the Free Market  (no 285 – January 15, 2011)
Establishment's Reactions to WikiLeaks Reveal Contempt for Liberty  (no 284 – December 15, 2010)
The 2010 Elections: What Revolution?  (no 283 – November 15, 2010)
Hillsdale College's Move to the Wrong Side of History  (no 282 – October 15, 2010)
The Benefits of the Abolition of Compulsory Education Over the Status Quo  (no 281 – September 15, 2010)
The Anti-Educational Effects of Public Schools  (no 280 – August 15, 2010)
Freedom, Responsibility, and the BP Oil Spill  (no 279 – June 15, 2010)
Unstructured Leisure and Progress  (no 278 – May 15, 2010)
Progress: Creation and Maintenance
  (no 277 – April 15, 2010)
Putting Randomness in Its Place  (no 276 – March 15, 2010)
Writers Can Prosper Without Intellectual Property  (no 275 – February 15, 2010)
Incentives Matter... On the Margin  (no 274 – January 15, 2010)
Robert Murphy's Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal  (no 273 – December 15, 2009)
Fundamental Ideas in a Philosophy of Liberty  (no 272 – November 15, 2009)
Commonly Misunderstood Concepts: Health Care  (no 271 – October 15, 2009)
Answers to Some Frequently Asked Questions on Road Privatization  (no 270 – September 15, 2009)
A Critique of Russell Kirk's "Libertarians: The Chirping Sectaries"  (no 269 – August 15, 2009)
Against Pop-Conservatism  (no 268 – June 15, 2009)
Eden Is an Illusion  (no 266 – April 15, 2009)
Constitutional Neglect and Government Precipitation of Economic Crises  (no 265 – March 15, 2009)
The Victory of Truth Is Never Assured!  (no 264 – February 15, 2009)
Liberation by Internet  (no 261 – November 15, 2008)
John Dewey and the Chaos of Contemporary Public Education  (no 259 – September 15, 2008)
WALL-E
, Economic Ignorance, and the War on Modernity  (no 258 – August 15, 2008)
Why the Right Should Stop Attacking Homosexuality  (no 257 – June 15, 2008)
Why the Government Should Regulate the Weather  (no 256 – May 15, 2008)
Enabling Ethical Behavior Through Free Markets  (no 255 – April 15, 2008)
Sisyphus Vindicated  (no 254 – March 15, 2008)
Socialized Healthcare: When Money Trumps Life  (no 250 – January 27, 2008)
Why Tariffs Hurt Domestic Industries  (no 244 – December 2, 2007)
Atheism: Facts and Myths  (no 242 – November 18, 2007)
The Follies of Gun Control  (no 237 – October 14, 2007)
Keep Young Kids at Home  (no 235 – September 30, 2007)
Ludwig von Mises on Profit, Loss, the Entrepreneur, & Consumer Sovereignty  (no 225 – May 13, 07)
The Mechanisms and Benefits of Road Privatization  (no 223 – April 29, 2007)
Incentives for Moral Behavior  (no 220 – April 8, 2007)
Morality Does Not Require Religion  (no 217 – March 18, 2007)
The Illusion of Success through Luck  (no 215 – March 4, 2007)
Frιdιric Bastiat on Self-Interest  (no 203 – November 26, 2006)
Arguments against the Labor Theory of Value  (no 198 – October 22, 2006)
In Praise of Investing Money Gained from Tax Cuts  (no 195 – October 1st, 2006)
Profit is Moral  (no 188 – August 13, 2006)
Trade is Mutually Beneficial  (no 185 – July 23, 2006)
Why Public Utility Monopolies Fail  (no 182 – July 2, 2006)
A Review of Edward W. Younkins's Philosophers of Capitalism  (no 179 – May 14, 2006)
Carl Menger, Individualism, Marginal Utility, and the Revival of Economics  (no 177 – April 30, 2006)
Wealth is Produced  (no 175 – April 16, 2006)
Chronicles of Narnia
: Natural Law and the Impropriety of Self-Sacrifice  (no 169 – March 5, 2006)
Praxeology and Certainty of Knowledge  (no 165 – February 5, 2006)
Austrian Economics and Kirznerian Entrepreneurship  (no 161 – December 15, 2005)
Extremism Versus Fanaticism 
(no 159 –  October 15, 2005)
The War on Our Own Citizens: Airport Security 
(no 158 –  September 15, 2005)
The Minimum Wage and the Institutionalized Proletariat  (no 157 –  August 15, 2005)
A Review of Gen LaGrega's Noble Vision 
(no 156 –  July 15, 2005)
To Liberalize or to Perish: Europe's Political and Economic Future 
(no 155 –  June 15, 2005)
Thirty-Three Challenges to Robert Murphy's Theory of Market Anarchy in Law and Defense 
(no 154 – May 15, 2005)
What Free Speech is Not 
(no 153 –  April 15, 2005)
Professor Hoppe Against Political Correctness
  (no 152 –  March 15, 2005)
The Human Personality, Just Laws, And Laissez-Faire
  (no 151 –  February 15, 2005)
The Immorality of Government Tsunami Relief
  (no 150 –  January 15, 2005)
Lukashenko: The Antithesis of Freedom
  (no 149 –  December 15, 2004)
A Review of Hans-Hermann Hoppe's Democracy: The God That Failed  (no 148 –  Nov. 15, 2004)
The Objectivist-Extropian Synthesis  (no 147 –  October 15, 2004)
The Necessity of Road Privatization  (no 146  –  September 15, 2004)

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