Monthly Archives: June 2011

LR.com: Walter Williams is Missing The Point…

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UK Independent: The Book In an Age of Distraction

?”The book – the physical paper book – is being circled by a shoal of sharks,” argues Johann Hari. …with sales down 9 per cent this year alone. It’s being chewed by the e-book. It’s being gored by the death … Continue reading

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The Feast Day of St. Thomas More

“Most would understand the phrase that the mind of More was like a diamond that a tyrant threw away into a ditch, because he could not break it.” — G.K. Chesterton Today is the feast day of St. Thomas More, … Continue reading

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The Stone: Subjectivity and the Pitfalls of ‘Rational Choice Philosophy’

Ever since I picked up Alexander Schuessler’s A Logic of Expressive Choice, I have been a rabid opponent of rational choice theory in favor of this alternative method — which for one reason or another, has yet to seriously pick … Continue reading

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