Outrage Imperialism (defn): The outrage of many people in the developed world at events, institutions, and practices that those in the developing world are largely untroubled by or recognize as costs worth bearing. Often, but not always, associated with practices from the developed world’s own past that many people in the West now believe are […]
On Tuesday, August 7th, at 8PM EST, I’ll be live at LearnLiberty.org, answering questions about the ethics and politics of sweatshop labor. You can find more information and RSVP at the LearnLiberty website. Be sure to check out the Facebook page for the event for more information and conversation.
We’ll be talking […]
My newest video at LearnLiberty.org is up now, on sweatshops and the poor.
Obviously, there are a lot of complexities that I wasn’t able to go into in a 5 minute video. I address some of those complexities in this blog post on the […]
Coercion is a really difficult concept to define. When theorists say things like “the workplace is a site of coercion” what does that mean, and what should we do about it? One way of understanding coercion is in a non-moralized way. This strategy says that an act is coercive if it […]