Tag Archive for philosophy

Agreement in the Time of Zika

2015 was pretty bad for the concept of agreement. Religious differences spurred despicable terrorist attacks; protests across the US resulted in antagonism between racial minorities and police; and caustic political vitriol seemed to be at an all-time high across the globe. As one commentator wrote, “If you ask 100 different people how we should fix this country, you are going to… Read more →

Liberty Versus Government

Thomas Jefferson once wrote, “The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.” This may be the way things have trended in the past and is certainly the case of current government, but is it truly the natural progress of things? Based on stipulations that nature and liberty are good, and government is bad,… Read more →