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Contributing Guest: February 2018

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Searching for the Individual

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by Pierre Lemieux North Koreans are oppressed and destitute. They have not known the Enlightenment, much less sung its virtues. So it is not surprising that a delegation from their government would look anything but individualistic. During the Winter Olympics... MORE

A Safe Harbor on the Dark Side of Democracy

Regulation
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by Pierre Lemieux Manufacturers or dealers often try to be on the safe side by being more nanny than the Nanny State. According to the Wall Street Journal of January 24, a California court will soon decide whether the likes... MORE

Liberty in David Hume: A Controversy

Economic History
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by Daniel B. Klein Hume provides no concise definition of liberty. Meanings must be inferred from his usage. Nicholas Capaldi led a lively exchange at Liberty Matters on the place of liberty in David Hume, with Andrew Sabl, Chandran Kukathas,... MORE

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