What should liberals think about so-called “intermediary” groups like churches, the Boy Scouts, and universities? On the one hand, such groups can help to protect individual liberty by serving as a check against the monolithic power of the centralized state. On the other hand, those groups can and sometimes do threaten the liberty of both group members and […]
It’s been a little while since we’ve added any fresh blood around here, but I’m very happy to say that we’ve finally settled upon two excellent new donors bloggers!
The first is someone who’s written for us in the past in a guest capacity, but is now moving up to the full-time roster. Lauren Hall is a professor of […]
I’m pleased to announce that we’ve added another blogger to our rolls. Christopher Freiman, who recently wrote a nice piece for us on Vote Markets, will join us as a regular blogger here at Bleeding Heart Libertarians.
Christopher Freiman is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the College of William & Mary. He received his PhD […]
He’s Mike Munger.
And now he’s blogging at BHL.
So, we pretty much win the […]
Today, we’re launching a new feature at BHL called “New Voices.” The feature is designed to give promising younger writers, especially students, an opportunity to express their ideas on the blog. So if you think you’ve got something to say that would be of interest to the BHL audience, get in touch!
It gives me great pleasure to welcome the newest addition to BHL – Bas van der Vossen! Bas is currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, specializing in political philosophy and the philosophy of law. He’s published a number of interesting papers, all of which are available on […]