Has history been a conflict of rulers versus innovators? In the second lecture in our never-before-seen series, Karl Hess explores the dichotomy between the political and scientific landmarks in human history. In doing so, he showcases the role technology has played in mankind’s prosperity. He also expresses his reverence for programmers, acutely aware of their forthcoming gifts to the world. Missed the first video? Visit here.

Also, in special tribute, Jeffrey Tucker and Jackson Stucker celebrate the legacy of this great man, about which there is far too little awareness.

Also, in case you missed it, click here for Jackson’s brilliant tribute to Karl Hess. Stay tuned for the third release of our Karl Hess series.

 

UPDATE:

Exclusive Video: Karl Hess on Elements of Liberty, Practice of Liberty (1 of 5)

Exclusive Video: Karl Hess on Elements of Liberty, Management of Liberty (Part 3 of 5)

Exclusive Video: Karl Hess on Elements of Liberty, The Skills of Liberty (Part 4 of 5)

Exclusive Video: Karl Hess on Elements of Liberty, The Love of Liberty (Part 5 of 5)