Daily Archives: June 2, 2014

Socio-biology and Social Engineering

Overcoming the Contradictions of Liberal Democracy: Sociobiology and Social Engineering   Pedro Schwartz I would like to [begin to] tackle a fundamental problem of political philosophy: popular sovereignty and individual freedom are often at loggerheads, which endanger the survival of both. This … Continue reading

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Economics and the Ordinary Person

Economics and the Ordinary Person: Re-reading Adam Smith Sam Fleischacker* “Far more important to Smith’s work is the belief that ordinary people normally understand their own interests without help from politicians or professional philosophers.” “The Wealth of Nations is a stupendous palace erected … Continue reading

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Information, Prices, and Socialism’s Flaws

  Information, Prices, and Socialism’s Flaws Morgan Rose Prices are arguably the most fundamental variables in economics. They enter into virtually every economic analysis, and predictions about their values are made in all manner of economic research, from highly esoteric … Continue reading

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