Procreative Externalities: is more population necessarily a bad thing?

If a financially secure, well-educated couple decide to have an extra child, is that likely to be a good or a bad thing for the world, on net?  Many (especially environmentalists) assume the
If a financially secure, well-educated couple decide to have an extra child, is that likely to be a good or a bad thing for the world, on net?  Many (especially environmentalists) assume the [More]

Procreative Externalities

If a financially secure, well-educated couple decide to have an extra child, is that likely to be a good or a bad thing for the world, on net?  Many (especially environmentalists) assume the
If a financially secure, well-educated couple decide to have an extra child, is that likely to be a good or a bad thing for the world, on net?  Many (especially environmentalists) assume the [More]

Morality, Competition, and the Firm: The Market Failures Approach to Business Ethics

2015.05.05 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Joseph Heath, Morality, Competition, and the Firm: The Market Failures Approach to Business Ethics, Oxford University Press,
2015.05.05 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Joseph Heath, Morality, Competition, and the Firm: The Market Failures Approach to Business Ethics, Oxford University Press, [More]

Tea with Harold Bloom

Tea with Harold Bloom. Pull up a chair to talk Shakespeare, Dickinson, Whitman. “We are two Odessan Yiddish literary types having a conversation”…
Tea with Harold Bloom. Pull up a chair to talk Shakespeare, Dickinson, Whitman. “We are two Odessan Yiddish literary types having a conversation”… [More]

Werner Herzog’s memoir

Dreaming on foot. In the fall of 1974, Werner Herzog set off on a 600-mile walk from Munich to Paris. “I wanted to be alone with myself”…
Dreaming on foot. In the fall of 1974, Werner Herzog set off on a 600-mile walk from Munich to Paris. “I wanted to be alone with myself”… [More]

In bed with Tchaikovsky

“Who made the genius gay?” How did Tchaikovsky’s sexuality become a cause célèbre and the key to understanding his art? It isn’t…
“Who made the genius gay?” How did Tchaikovsky’s sexuality become a cause célèbre and the key to understanding his art? It isn’t… [More]

The assassination of Julius Caesar failed in its stated purpose, to end tyranny. "The world without Caesar was still a world about Caesar"

The assassination of Julius Caesar failed in its stated purpose, to end tyranny. "The world without Caesar was still a world about
The assassination of Julius Caesar failed in its stated purpose, to end tyranny. "The world without Caesar was still a world about [More]

Mood-tracking apps, chief happiness officers, positive psychology: When did being miserable become socially unacceptable?

Mood-tracking apps, chief happiness officers, positive psychology: When did being miserable become socially
Mood-tracking apps, chief happiness officers, positive psychology: When did being miserable become socially [More]

Jonathan Gottschall tried to save literary studies by importing evolutionary theory. Instead he ruined his academic career

Jonathan Gottschall tried to save literary studies by importing evolutionary theory. Instead he ruined his academic
Jonathan Gottschall tried to save literary studies by importing evolutionary theory. Instead he ruined his academic [More]

Oh, the glory of being a budding modernist in 1964. Picasso, Eliot, Pound, and Stravinsky were still alive. For Julian Barnes, their examples would inform a lifetime of looking

Oh, the glory of being a budding modernist in 1964. Picasso, Eliot, Pound, and Stravinsky were still alive. For Julian Barnes, their examples would inform a lifetime of
Oh, the glory of being a budding modernist in 1964. Picasso, Eliot, Pound, and Stravinsky were still alive. For Julian Barnes, their examples would inform a lifetime of [More]