Absolutely, this: Isaiah’s Job by Albert Jay Nock One evening last autumn, I sat long hours with a European acquaintance while he expounded a political-economic doctrine which seemed sound as a nut and in which I could find no defect. At the end, he said with great earnestness: “I have a mission to the masses.…Details
Stockman on Martenson is your lecture this week….
Found a new goldmine of legal theory, in John Hasnas. Of particular interest is his article The Myth of the Rule of Law… Stop! Before reading this Article, please take the following quiz. The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States provides, in part: “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging…Details
People have been asking me about Thomas Pikkety’s new book. No, I likely will not read it – too much other reading to do that doesn’t involve lofty ideas of global technocracy. But I have watched two of his speeches, and read probably 20 analyses of his book. Here are a few. And here is…Details
In an event entitled Fr. Copleston vs. Bertrand Russell: The Famous 1948 BBC Radio Debate on the Existence of God, the two famous and intricate minds go head-to-head in several religious confrontations. I recall having listened to Russell’s daughter reflect on his philosophy after he died, with a soft and fond inside view that Russell’s…Details