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Greek Economics: The Ancient Edition

In his new column Peter Adamson wonders what the ancient Greeks had to say about economics.
[Issue 110: October/November 2015: Echoes]

What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets by Michael Sandel

Michael Sandel’s critiques of our actions are under scrutiny by Philip Badger.
[Issue 98: September/October 2013: Books]

The Ethics of Taxation

Richard Baron finds that philosophy need not be taxing.
[Issue 90: May/June 2012: Articles]

Capitalism & Human Values

Frank S. Robinson stands up for the free market.
[Issue 83: March/April 2011: Articles]

What is Liberalism?

Phil Badger guides us through the varieties of liberalism, historical and philosophical.
[Issue 82: January/February 2011: Articles]

Parsimony (In as few words as possible)

Toni Vogel Carey wonders whether nature loves simplicity.
[Issue 81: October/November 2010: Metaphysics]

Knowledge & History

On an evening out Grant Bartley realises the importance of perspective and hears George Soros talk about markets, ignorance and the Open Society.
[Issue 76: November/December 2009: Articles]

Don’t Blame Adam Smith

Toni Vogel Carey says Smith never wanted the free market to be freely corrupt.
[Issue 73: May/June 2009: The Credit Crunch]

Forever Blowing Bubbles

Mike Fuller on the circular cause of the credit crunch.
[Issue 73: May/June 2009: The Credit Crunch]


Yahia Lababidi stoically responds to the crunch in Daoist fashion.
[Issue 73: May/June 2009: The Credit Crunch]

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