Part one of a two part series intended to investigate the intersection of Burkean conservatism and the private property-based legal theory.
Vytautas Žukauskas, a native Lithuanian and student of the Austrian school of economics reflects on the pervasive intellectual influence of Soviet era Lithuania.
The savers and investors of today, those who contribute to the buildup of capital goods and factors of production, are benefactors of persons yet unborn.
The case against David Graeber’s book Bullsh*t Jobs, and why the Austrian School provides the interpretive lens needed to understand the phenomena of bureaucratic work.
We must learn to love the everyday; to cherish the mundane; to appreciate the regular; to invest time and happiness in the ordinary. This is the long-lasting and measurable path forward.
A reflection on Edmund Burke's warning about the pursuit of a society built on abstract rights and the implications of Thomas Paine's particular and vague rhetoric of rights.
We have reached peak wokeness; this episode marks the event. It will be a war of all woke-ees against all woke-ees. They will consume themselves, while normal human beings stand back and watch.