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Bart Wilson: November 2013

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A Crime Beyond Denunciation

Price Controls
Bart Wilson
The works of the roots of the vines, of the trees, must be destroyed to keep up the price, and this is the saddest, bitterest thing of all. Carloads of oranges dumped on the ground. The people came for miles... MORE

Language and Social Justice

Economic Philosophy
Bart Wilson
Jason Brennan argues that language can be used as an example by which we can judge the moral consequences of a spontaneous order. His argument is to suppose that a language "through no fault of their own" results in some... MORE

Prices are Like Words

Price Controls
Bart Wilson
People who are troubled by markets tend to treat prices as the problem in a market. Whether the price of labor or agricultural commodities is too low, or the price of housing or healthcare or payday loans is too high,... MORE

Based upon last fall's Humanomics course, Gus Gradinger and I are submitting the following chapter proposal for a book on teaching with The Wire. If it doesn't fit with the editors' vision for the volume, we plan to work out... MORE

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