Archive | March, 2013

Coffee, Tea, or Gender?

More caffeinated philosophy tomorrow night (Wednesday, March 20th, 5:00-7:00 p.m.) at the Gnu’s Room. This time I’m on a panel on “gender, sex, and love.” I’ll probably talk about the social construction of gender roles. I don’t know who else is on the panel. Come on by if you’re in the area!

iRad I.2 in Print, iRad I.1 Online

The second issue (Winter 2013) of The Industrial Radical goes to the printer today, featuring articles by B-psycho, Kevin Carson, Gary Chartier, William Gillis, Anthony Gregory, Thomas L. Knapp, Anna Morgenstern, Darian Worden, and your humble correspondent, on topics ranging from police brutality, gun control, immigration policy, and left-libertarianism to Hugo Chávez’s mixed legacy, Noam Chomsky’s inconsistencies, Rand Paul’s anti-drone filibuster, the intersection between anarcho-syndicalism and agorism, and of course Star Wars.

The Industrial Radical I.2 (Winter 2013)

With each new issue published, we post the immediately preceding issue online. Hence a free pdf file of our first issue (Autumn 2012) is now available here.

Want to write for The Industrial Radical? See our information for authors and copyright policy.

Want to subscribe to The Industrial Radical? Visit our online shop.

Want to give an additional donation to the Molinari Institute? Contribute to our General Fund.

Note: we’ve had only one General Fund donation in the past three years, which is why our publishing schedule has been a bit sluggish. Most of our non-subscription donations go to C4SS, which is great – please do support C4SS – but the Molinari Institute side of the Molinari/C4SS amalgam has been running on fumes a bit. Give to the General Fund, or the terrorists win!

Principle and Interest

This coming weekend I’ll be presenting my paper on title-transfer and interest for a panel on “Foundations of Libertarian Political Philosophy” at the Austrian Economics Research Conference or AERC (formerly the Austrian Scholars Conference or ASC, though the conference remains as open to non-economics contributions as ever; I guess they just wanted to make clear that “Austrian” refers to a school of thought and not a nationality). I’ll also be chairing a panel on “Libertarianism: Intellectual History and Applications.” Schedule here.

Powered by WordPress. Designed by WooThemes