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  1. David D. Friedman (* 12. Februar 1945) ist ein US-amerikanischer Rechtswissenschaftler, Professor für Rechtswissenschaft an der Santa Clara University School of Law und Vertreter des Anarchokapitalismus. Er ist der Sohn des Wirtschaftsnobelpreisträgers Milton Friedman (1912–2006) und von Rose Friedman (1911–2009).

  2. David Director Friedman (born February 12, 1945) is an American economist, physicist, legal scholar, and anarcho-capitalist theorist. [third-party source needed] Although he studied chemistry and physics and not law or economics, he is known for his textbook writings on microeconomics and the libertarian theory of anarcho-capitalism ...

  3. WELCOME David D. Friedman's Home Page. This is the home page of David Friedman. Not the Hawaiian artist David Friedman, or the composer David Friedman, or the fix-what's-wrong-with- government David Friedman (050) or the fifteen year old David Friedman or the eighteen year old David Friedman or the legendary film pornographer David Friedman or even the economic journalist David Friedman but ...

  4. Santa Clara University. Professor of Law. 1995-2017. University of Chicago Law School. John M. Olin Faculty Fellow. 1986- 1993,1994- 1995. Cornell Law School

  5. The Machinery of Freedom is a nonfiction book by David D. Friedman that advocates an anarcho-capitalist society from a consequentialist perspective. The book was published in 1973, with a second edition in 1989 and a third edition in 2014.

  6. David D. Friedman (* 12. Februar 1945) ist ein US-amerikanischer Rechtswissenschaftler, Professor für Rechtswissenschaft an der Santa Clara University School of Law und Vertreter des Anarchokapitalismus. Er ist der Sohn des Wirtschaftsnobelpreisträgers Milton Friedman (1912–2006) und von Rose Friedman (1911–2009).

  7. David D. Friedman. Professor Emeritus (Years at Santa Clara Law: 2005-2017; Emeritus, 2017-current) ddfr@daviddfriedman.com. Professor Friedman is a widely published scholar with more than three decades of experience in academia, having taught extensively at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.