[Editor’s Note: The following is a guess post by Jonathan Anomaly of Duke University]
A few weeks ago The Economist made antibiotic resistance its cover story, and for good reason. We live in a bacterial world. The average person hosts about 39 trillion bacteria. Lucky for us, most bacteria are benign – […]
Business Ethics Journal Review has just published a short Commentary I wrote on Brennan and Jaworski’s excellent Markets Without Limits. (This can be readily accessed here!) In brief, I argue that rather than offering a unified defence of their view that there are “no legitimate worries about what we buy, trade, and sell” Brennan and […]
I’m glad we are having this discussion about virtue and libertarianism. In general outline, I’m fine with the general thesis Sorens and Ruger propound that virtue and liberty are compatible and synergistic. But I don’t see how they can claim to know that the activities they say are incompatible with virtue or living a good […]
I’ve been dismayed to see how many– not a majority, but a long way above “none”– of my libertarian friends on social media are either enthusiastic about British exit from the EU or indifferent-leaning-favorable.
(Note: this post is addressed to libertarians and market liberals, and it takes for granted libertarian policy preferences. I’m going […]
Update: Now in shiny Newsweek edition.
I have a post at the Princeton University Press blog on Brexit, Democracy, and Epistocracy. Rather than saying whether the decision was right or wrong, I criticize the idea of asking British voters.
Leaving the EU is no small affair. It probably will have enormous effects on the […]