Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on THE PHILIPPINES MATRIX PROJECT:
PROBLEMS OF CULTURAL POLITICS IN VIGILANTE TERRITORY (Circa 1987) By E. SAN JUAN, Jr. The  little horsecarts with gilt decorations And the pink sleeves of the matrons In the alleys of doomed Manila…

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Originally posted on Jayanth Sugavasi:
The number of recommended actions and suggested tasks that social media managers must engage in can seem downright overwhelming. Not only are you supposed to update dozens of different profiles every day, you have to connect…

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Originally posted on Jayanth Sugavasi:
By Robert A. Guth What countries are in the developing world? Hans Rosling thinks you probably don’t know. In this video, produced for the release of Bill Gates’s 2013 Annual Letter today, the quirky Swedish…

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Originally posted on The Voluntaryist Reader:
Merlin The main idea: Hayek’s concept of cultural evolution must be furthered by taking into account the conflicts between different replicating entities: the group, the individual and the meme itself. 1. Cultural Evolution 1.1…

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Originally posted on PA Pundits – International:
By Alan Caruba ~ I have been puzzling over what I perceive as the growing loss of public interest in the Benghazi debacle in which an American ambassador and three others lost their…

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Originally posted on The Voluntaryist Reader:
By Aristippus FA Hayek’s final work, The Fatal Conceit (1988), is in essence a lengthy argument against what its author calls ‘constructivist rationalism’.  By that term he means the assumption that cultural evolution occurs…

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Originally posted on Pileus:
The distinguishing characteristic of classical liberalism from other liberalisms is its view of property rights. On the classical liberal account, a distribution of property is just if it is a consequence of just transfer, where transfer…

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