“Overcriminalization and Indigent Legal Care” April 6 & 7, 2017 – Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
The Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics Georgia State University
David Boonin (Philosophy, University of Colorado)
Jelani Jefferson Exum (Law, University of Toledo)
Doug Husak (Philosophy, Rutgers University)
There has been growing lay […]
Think nothing can be done? Vote for Gary Johnson. Let’s work on getting moralistic and paternalistic laws off the books so that there is less policing in the first place. No, this isn’t easy, but changing federal law (POTUS doesn’t do this directly, but can have an affect) and having a SCOTUS that will […]
Just a reminder that Georgia State University’s terminal MA program in philosophy is still accepting applications through April 15 for Fall 2016. All acceptances come with a two-year assistantship package that includes a tuition waiver. Our deadline for review in the initial round has just passed, and later applicants will be considered on a rolling […]
Last month I did an episode of the Free Thoughts Podcast over at Libertarianism.org.
Aaron Ross Powell, Trevor Burns, and I had a great discussion about toleration. Check it out here.
Is there such a thing as a libertarian education policy? I have always been partial to J.S. Mill’s suggestion that (a) people should be allowed to educate their children how they wish subject only to the caveat that the government will test the children, periodically, to see that they know certain essentials (what the essentials […]
Our deadline is approaching (Feb 1), so I thought I would repost. Those interested in BHL and grad studies in philosophy should apply!
I am very happy to announce a new scholarship in Georgia State University’s highly ranked terminal MA program in Philosophy. Our new graduate “Scholarship in Liberalism” is a competitively awarded scholarship […]