About the Author
Griffin Daughtry is a Freelance writer, former graduate student of history, and a staunch advocate for individual liberty,
What inspired you to start writing?
I have always felt compelled to share and discuss the ideas which I find important to me. Writing will always be my preferred method of discourse, as it forces me to be patient, think critically, and articulate my ideas as clearly as possible.
What are your hobbies / interests?
History, Austrian Economics, Existentialism, Bitcoin, Rock Climbing, and Motorcycles.
Who are your personal heroes?
In no particular order: Ludwig von Mises, Ron Paul, Jordan B. Peterson, Tom Woods, Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, Satoshi Nakamoto, and my father.
How did you discover the freedom philosophy?
I first became acquainted with the philosophical ideas of individual liberty and freedom as a freshman in college while watching Ron Paul participate in the 2012 Presidential debates. These ideas were then further bolstered by listening to Tom Woods, reading Mises, and engaging in lengthy discussions with my friend, Vittorio.
Who are your favorite writers?
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Hermann Hesse, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Ludwig von Mises.