Monthly Archives: July 2009
An interesting post arguing that libertarians should support a carbon tax.
Sartre has said that since we are free, there is no human nature. Human nature means that you’re confined to a certain essence. But if that’s the case, then we wouldn’t be free. Basically, Sartre is pulling a Modes Tollens … Continue reading
Daniel Suelo has been living without money since 2000. As he states: I’ve been totally without cents since Autumn of 2000 (except for 1 month in 2001). I don’t use or accept money or conscious barter – don’t take food … Continue reading
Recall Hurricane Katrina. It was a disastrous moment that put people into shock. Everyone was disoriented and confused in that situation. But now imagine someone having the idea that this is the perfect opportunity to implement a new system. Now … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting article that has calculated how much certain values we hold can be translated into a monetary value. It’s in British pounds but we can still see some things having a higher number than others. Perhaps this supports … Continue reading
At Point of Inquiry, Michael Shermer talks about the implications of skepticism and how it could lead one to a libertarian viewpoint. It’s a good discussion which you can see here. On my perspective, I think a healthy dose of … Continue reading
I love the Onion News. Read the new diet here.
Ok, I need some help on my teaching methodology. I haven’t had much of a problem in the past, but during this summer semester, I can’t get the class to get past idea of letting the evidence come to them. … Continue reading
For those who hold capital punishment is just based on retribution, it seems to suggest that logically speaking, you should also be for reparations for black people. Let me show how: Retribution is basically stating that there is some sort … Continue reading