The other night I caught a few minutes of Marco Rubio talking about education. (I think it might have been from this.) One of the remarks he made was that students shouldn’t major in “Roman philosophy” if they want a successful career after graduation. Apparently he’s been saying this a lot, though more […]
In the LearnLiberty video above, our own Steve Horwitz debates Jeffrey Reiman about the need for government interference to help children whose parents have made choices that leave their children at a disadvantage. This is actually part of a larger discussion I’ve yet to watch (see it here), but I thought I’d comment on […]
This post was co-authored with Steve Horwitz.
The great thing about being a young adult is that the world is all before you. There are a dizzying multitude of possible paths on which you can set your feet, and an incalculable array of possible futures at the end of each one.
The problem is […]
What is college for?
If it’s a four year social experience, it seems really overpriced. If it’s to gain knowledge, why not learn from better teachers and do it free online, and at coffee shops with friends? […]
In a previous post, I rehearsed some reasons why I think care ethics might be best actualized in society through markets. I will expand on those reasons in a future post. Here, I want to discuss what I think libertarianism could gain from care ethics.
As mentioned in my previous post, […]