Hello folks! Since my wife and I are moving to Arizona in a couple weeks — me for a new job, and her for law school — I won’t have time to do weekly…
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#24 | Antony Davies on America, the BankruptListen now (51 min) | America is headed toward bankruptcy. Is that for the best, long term?
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#23 | Donald Bruckner on Gun ControlListen now (60 min) | Should we restrict or ban alcohol to the same degree as guns?
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#22 | Dan Shahar on Eating MeatListen now (29 min) | In this episode, Dan and I discuss the ethics of eating meat, and why vegetarianism and veganism aren’t as morally straightforward…
Many philosophers argue that folks in richer nations have a moral obligation to donate aid to those who are desperately poor through no fault of their…
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...to Tyler Cowen and the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
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#21 | Emrys Westtacott on Unlikely Virtues and GoodnessListen now (51 min) | In this episode, Emrys and I discuss the virtuous aspects of vices such as gossip and disrespecting the views and beliefs of…
Forgiving student loans isn't a wise policy decision
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#20 | Kevin Time on Freedom, Suffering, and AgencyListen now (49 min) | In this episode, Kevin and I discuss the issue of free will, the evidential problem of evil, the nature of character traits, the…
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A Question about Free SpeechDoes the United States have too little or too much freedom of speech? Comment below.
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As a society, we are increasingly aware of individuals who don’t identify the way they present in terms of gender and biological sex: by example, they…
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#19 | Frank Hoenig on Cheap Money, Higher PricesListen now (49 min) | In this episode, Tom and I discuss monetary policy, why inflation is bad and unlikely to abate in the near term, how cheap money…