You learn that pollution generated by the increasing population of particular, large powerful countries is endangering important ecosystems and many species such as wales and penguins in Antarctica. One group is pushing for a fishing free zone but these large powerful countries are planning to block the proposal, which needs unanimous support in an international … Continue reading Pollution, Policies & Power – Deontology, What ought to be done?
This essay reviews John Dewey’s Democracy and Education book, specifically chapter one, “Education as a Necessity of Life”, in which education is said to be a part and related to communication (like social life) is a fundamental part educative. Exploring if Dewey is correct is his statements that communication and social life provide opportunities for … Continue reading “Education a Necessity of Life” John Dewey
The common question that is asked of free markets, is who will build the roads? Considering there are no taxes or government. It would be more realistic for the question to be ‘who will build the potholes’, or ‘who will tax us?’ It is not a hard question to turn around on itself or answer, … Continue reading Who Will Build The Roads?
This article is a review on a news story and its relations to political philosophy and government polices. The news story is These Are The Countries Letting Down Syrian Refugees, while referring to the textbook an Introduction to Philosophy and Theology within Catholic Liberal Education, on chapter 34 Catholic Social Teaching: An Introductory Approach, by … Continue reading Political Philosophy in the News
Resources Introductory Texts Differing World Views in Higher Education by Walter Block The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism by Robert Murphy How Do We Know by Leonard Read Seeds of Progress by Leonard Read Who’s Listening by Leonard Read Elements of Libertarian Leadership by Leonard Read Students of Liberty by Leonard Read Books The … Continue reading Philosophy, Ethics, & Theology Resources, Journals, & Trade Magazines
Jason Brennan discusses the intersection of political philosophy and political economy, this series of videos explains some of the main issues from property rights to market failure. See the playlist here, Source: (Brennan, 2016). Such topics discused include, What Makes Institutions Just or Unjust?, Liberty: Who Needs It?, What Are Rights?, Why Property Rights?, Rawls’s … Continue reading Jason Brennan – Political Philosophy