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 [...]
Hey, today is kind of a special day here at Bleeding Heart Libertarians. It’s been exactly two years since our first post went up! So we’re now two years old. Which means, if my recent experience with my own son is any indication, that the next year should be filled [...]
We here at BHL have some good news to start off 2013. Starting today, Sarah Skwire will be joining us as a permanent member of the crew!
Most of you probably saw the post Sarah wrote with Steve Horwitz the other day. But if you want a fuller introduction, you [...]
Starting next Monday, November 5th, you’ll find out – because that’s when the BHL / C4SS Symposium on Left-Libertarianism begins!
I’m happy to say that on Monday and Tuesday of this week, we’re going to be joined by Brink Lindsey who will be blogging about his new (cheap!) book, Human Capitalism, and some of the philosophical challenges and questions it raises.
Most readers of BHL will know Brink as the father of [...]
One of the most significant developments in contemporary libertarian thought has been the rise of ”left-libertarianism,” a position which combines a (libertarian) support for free(d) markets with a trenchant (leftist) critique of contemporary corporate capitalism.
It’s been a bit of a glitchy week here for us at BHL. First, we learned that our RSS feed was malfunctioning, and had been for possibly quite some time. Then, in the course of trying to fix that, we ended up spamming friends of our Facebook page with dozens of [...]
Michael Strong spent fifteen years as an educational entrepreneur, creating several high-performance private and charter schools, including one named the 36th best public school in the [...]
Q: What happens when a philosopher tries to run all the technical aspects of a blog by himself?
A: You get a Facebook page which, for over a year, was visible to nobody who tried to search for it!
Indeed, my technical blunder was so bad that the only way to fix the page was to [...]
Welcome to the Bleeding Heart Libertarians symposium on John Tomasi’s Free Market Fairness!
The symposium will run from today, Monday June 11th, through Monday June 18th. Each day this week will feature an essay by one of our lead authors – Deirdre McCloskey, Elizabeth Anderson, Will Wilkinson, Richard Arneson, and Samuel Freeman, in that [...]
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