11 November 2009
New Issue of Human Action Comics: Opportunity Cost and the Entrepreneur
On Summa Anthropica. Read More...
09 November 2009
Updated: Human Action Comics #1... Now Infused With Scarcity!
At Summa Anthropica... Read More...
02 November 2009
Summa Anthropica Moving Update
Again due to technical reasons, the new home of Summa Anthropica is... anthropica.blogspot.com I've finished copying all of my posts to there. However, many of the links in the articles still point here. Read More...
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26 October 2009
Summa Anthropica is Moving
Due to technical reasons, the new home of Summa Anthropica is... anthropica.blogspot.com Most old posts are still to be found here only, until I get everything transferred. Read More...
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22 October 2009
A Rather Politically Convenient "Rethinking" on Cancer Screening
On Summa Anthropica (at its new home) Read More...
17 October 2009
Human Action Comics #4: Capital Theory
On Picassa and Facebook . Read More...
13 October 2009
Human Action Comics #3: Marginal Theory of Value
On Picassa . On Facebook . Read More...
12 October 2009
Lilburne on Facebook
Lilburne II Create Your Badge If you're a libertarian, feel free to friend me! Read More...
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12 October 2009
Human Action Comics #2: Subjective Theory of Value
Check it out ; Karl Marx makes a cameo. Read More...
11 October 2009
Human Action Comics #1: The Basics
Introducing... Issue #1 covers the basics. Read More...
25 September 2009
Society Versus State in Seven Epochs
I perceive political history as Murray Rothbard and Albert Jay Nock perceived it: as a struggle between free society and the state. 1 I do not pretend to be an impartial observer of that struggle. As an amateur historian I aim to be what Lord Acton called a "hanging judge", freely condemning... Read More...
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18 September 2009
On Socialism
Socialism inevitably leads to destitution and famine in direct proportion to the thoroughness with which it is applied. This has been shown to be true historically, with or without Marxist ideology or 20th century totalitarianism. It has starved 17th century colonists in Virginia and Plymouth just as... Read More...
13 September 2009
Character as Inverse Time Preference
It is useful to divide "virtuous behavior" into two categories: 1) actions which are motivated by conscience and 2) actions considered virtuous, but which are not motivated by conscience. The first category concerns man's morality . The second concerns man's character . While moral... Read More...
13 September 2009
The Watchmen: Moral Philosophy Face-Off
Note: This is a post a wrote a while ago on another site. Stories featuring super-heroes, like the ancient myths featuring gods, can be an excellent medium for exploring broad issues through allegory. The super-human characters can personify competing ideologies and forces. The movie Watchmen , as well... Read More...
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05 September 2009
On Refinement and Self-Restraint
There's a monkey in the jungle Watching a vapour trail Caught up in the conflict Between his brain and his tail -Gorillaz A most common conceit among philosophers is the idea that their motivations are fundamentally different from those of the common man. They draw a sharp distinction between the... Read More...
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