Jonathan Anomaly reviews Markets without Limits at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. In addition to providing an excellent and useful summary of the main moves the the book, Anomaly argues that Jaworski and I are perhaps too conciliatory to the other side:
But Brennan and Jaworski arguably don’t go far enough by offering us […]
A new anthology titled Panarchy: Political Theories of Non-Territorial States, edited by Aviezer Tucker and Gian Piero de Bellis, has been released by Routledge.
The concept of panarchy comes from an 1860 work of that title by the Belgian botanist and political economist Paul Émile de Puydt (1810-1891). The essence of his panarchist […]
I’m about halfway done reading Michael Huemer’s new book Approaching Infinity. It’s a fascinating foray into the philosophy of math, metaphysics, and philosophy of science. Huemer begins by presenting a large number of paradoxes about infinity, plus a number of standard problems in thinking about vicious or virtuous regresses, and then offers a new account […]
They also solicited some responses from activists, which, alas, provide further evidence that adjuncts’ rights activists are not intellectually serious people.
Joe Fruscione, a former adjunct professor […]
At Business Ethics Journal Review, Peter Jaworski and I respond to Daniel Layman’s attempt to critique our paper “Markets without Symbolic Limits”. Layman argues that to sell certain things “embodies” a morally wrong “normative stance”, but, frankly, we can’t tell what he’s talking about or why that’s any different from the other semiotic […]
From the new Libertarianism.org guide Political Philosophy: An Introduction, here’s a sample lecture on what rights are and why they are important. In the accompanying book, which you can download in Kindle or pdf format for free, there are a few chapters examining various arguments about which rights we have.
Also, here is the […]