Tag Archives | Left-Libertarian
[cross-posted at BHL]
I have a review of Jacob Levy’s book Rationalism, Pluralism, and Freedom in the newest (October 2015) issue of Reason. (It’s also available online, but only behind a paywall for now.) Spoiler alert: I liked it.
You wanna live fancy?
Live in a big mansion?
Party in France?
You better work, bitch.
Hesiod (translated freely)
My latest Libertarianism.org column, this one on Hesiod, is online.
I spent last weekend in Providence, at Browns Political Theory Project (right next to H. P. Lovecraft Memorial Square), at a workshop (my second one) on Matt Zwolinski and John Tomasis excellent forthcoming history of libertarianism.
My taxi driver was the nephew of Roderick Chisholm! He told me of Chisholms accordionist skills; I told him that his uncles name had become a verb.
My second column on Homer this one focusing on the character of Thersites is up at Libertarianism.org.
Ive begun writing columns at Libertarianism.org. Im starting with a series on the ancient Greeks and their legacy for libertarianism; the first one, on Homers treatment of Achilles and militarism, is up now.