Summary of State or Private Law Society Hans Hermann Hoppe Part 1

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In the video, Professor Hans Hermann Hoppe discusses the importance of private property in maintaining social order. He argues that private property is essential in avoiding conflicts, and that society should follow a set of rules in order to ensure that private property is respected. While Hoppe acknowledges that there are some situations where conflict is unavoidable, he believes that, in general, private property is necessary for perpetual peace.

  • 00:00:00 Professor Hans Hermann Hoppe discusses the problem of social order and how it cannot exist without a second person present. He also discusses the problems of (1) scarcity in the Garden of Eden and (2) rules of peaceful human cooperation.
  • 00:05:00 In the video, Professor Hoppe outlines four rules that societies need to follow in order to avoid conflicts. The first rule is that every person is the exclusive owner of their own physical body. The second rule is that every person is the private or exclusive owner of all nature given resources or goods that he has perceived as scarce. The third rule is that whoever uses something that was previously unknown for the first time becomes the owner of that thing. The fourth rule is that the alternatives would be that someone else owns it, someone who was not the first one to do something to it, or that the first and second rules together would result in conflict.
  • 00:10:00 Hans Hermann Hoppe argues that, if followed, the rules of private property would result in perpetual peace. He emphasizes that this is not necessarily the case, as there are instances where interpersonal conflicts cannot be avoided.

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