Tags » Free Market » Page 2

Morals and the Free Society: 9. Aristotelianism, Part 1—Natural Human Functions Can Be Investigated Scientifically

Here is the ninth chunk of the argument. To return to the eighth chunk, click here. The complete essay is posted here.

The basic tenets of a broadly Aristotelian approach to ethics are, I think, familiar. 1,645 more words

Liberty.me Have a Competing Idea For a Blog

How dare they make a bigger and better blog for liberty. Yes, we have some competition and good competition it is. Liberty.me has a global liberty community, how impressive though so do we. 222 more words

Economics

Abstract Vintage Coins Tote Bag

This terrific tote bag features an abstract design of several vintage coins and is printed on both sides, with a 1″ wide super strong cotton shoulder strap (14″ length). 7 more words

Products

Michael Sandel: what money can't buy

What money can’t buy (2014)

[Thank you indeed Michael for this contribution.]

Michael Sandel is an American political philosopher.


This work is licensed under a… 9 more words

THE FREE MARKET ISN’T REALLY FREE

In order to have a “free market,” decisions must be made about:

• PROPERTY: what can be owned
• MONOPOLY: what degree of market power is permissible… 861 more words

Lowercase Capitalism

Buying what you like with what you’ve accumulated is despised if you’re wondering why you have that declining feeling.  Welcome to the dwindling republic.  I’m tired of knowing  840 more words

Why Socialism is Always Oppressive, Dictatorial and Corrupt

This essay is Part 2 of a three-part series on socialism:

In the first essay in this series, I gave the definition of socialism offered in the Oxford English Dictionary and explained why the essential idea of socialism is immoral. 3,306 more words

Ayn Rand