Friedrich Hayek

Arthur Brooks’ Brotherly Reform

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The American Enterprise Institute’s Arthur Brooks is probably the most captivating American intellectual leader today on the right. He wows conservative audiences and even elicited a kind word about capitalism from the Dalai Lama, who considers himself a Marxist!

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Law, Legislation and Liberty

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Friedrich Hayek

This Liberty Law Talk is with philosopher Eric Mack on Friedrich Hayek’s 1973 magnum opus, Law, Legislation and Liberty. Hayek’s significant trilogy distinguishes between law and legislation, considers the appropriate rule of judges within a spontaneous order, observes the

Achieving Democracy with Technological Change

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Accelerating Democracy: Transforming Governance Through Technology (John O. McGinnis)

John McGinnis certainly doesn’t underestimate the importance of his task in Accelerating Democracy: Transforming Governance Through Technology. By page 4, he makes clear that “mass disorientation” caused by rapid technological change “can become the source of both national aggression

Social Justice is the State

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Samuel Gregg’s essay, “What is Social Justice?” is an important reminder that many different moral traditions – including the Catholic natural law tradition – may lay claim to the vocabulary of “social justice” and to an associated notion of the

What is Social Justice?

What is Social Justice?

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Introduction

Few terms have assumed more prominence in public discourse, especially that emanating from the left, in recent decades than “social justice.” It has now become part of the rhetorical apparatus of virtually all center-left, social democratic and labor political

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