As I mentioned in my last post, I have a few exciting announcements to make about the blog. The first, of course, was that Steve Horwitz and Kevin Vallier have joined us as full-time contributors. I’ll have another announcement in the coming week.
For now, though, here’s another bit of terrific […]
Hi y’all. Let me take the opportunity to thank Matt and my fellow cobloggers for allowing little ole’ me to join their ranks. Instead of me blathering on about myself, let’s get down to philosophical business.
Libertarians (academics, public intellectuals, pundits, bloggers and activists) tend to base libertarianism in two political philosophical positions: self-ownership and […]
Thanks to being linked on reddit a few months ago, my LearnLiberty video on the gender wage gap is now close to 300,000 views on YouTube. The video was one of four designed to rebut commonly held economic myths. In this case, the myth is that women earn 75% of what men do because […]
It’s hard to believe it, but in a little over a month, we’re going to be celebrating the first birthday of this blog! It’s been a great year so far. And I have a series of exciting announcements to make over the next week or so about the future. Stay tuned.
For now, I’m extremely […]
I’ll be giving a lecture at the Institute for Economic Affairs a week from today: “Freedom and Pluralism,” 4 January 2012, 6.30pm, IEA, 2 Lord North Street, London, SW1. It will cover some of the ground I’ve talked about on BHL a few times: the complicated relationship between liberalism and state power, and between liberalism […]
Over the weekend, my good friend Pete Boettke wondered why it was necessary for us to call ourselves “Bleeding Heart Libertarians” when the whole history of classical liberalism (from Smith forward) is full of thinkers who clearly cared about, for example, the condition of the least well-off. My response was that “yes, that might be […]