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I have no witty intro for this week’s Great Books Monday post, so let’s just jump right in, shall we? Here are the readings for the coming week: Paradise Lost by John Milton, Book IV (GBWW Vol. 29, pp. 152-174) … Continue reading
In this week’s Great Books post, I’d like to note that last week we passed the 2,200-page mark in the Man and Society category and the 2,300-page mark in Religion/Philosophy. Big numbers, to be sure, but there’s much more to … Continue reading
It’s Great Books Monday once again, and we’re taking a foray into late-19th-century naturalism this week. I’m getting ready for my first Ibsen play . . . Here are the readings for the coming week: Paradise Lost by John Milton, … Continue reading
Week 5 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture, four book chapters, and two long essays all dealing with the methodological foundations of Austrian economics. “The Austrian Method: Praxeology” by Hans-Hermann Hoppe: This … Continue reading
$222 trillion? That’s the “fiscal gap” as recently published by the Congressional Budget Office. The fiscal gap is the most realistic long-term budget forecast that the CBO can make (and it’s known for using rosy assumptions about U.S. economic health). … Continue reading