Tag: mercantilism
Kimse Sizin Kapitalizm Anlayışınızla İlgilenmiyor
Okumak üzere olduğunuz makale, Alex Aragona tarafından kaleme alınmış ve Efsa tarafından Türkçe ’ye çevrilmiştir. 1 Mart 2022 tarihinde “No One is Talking About Capitalism — In Your Sense” başlığı altında yayınlanmıştır. Kapitalizm kelimesi söz konusu olduğunda kişinin amacı verimli fikir alışverişleri yapabilmekse iki şeyi yapmayı bırakması gerekir: Terim kullanıldığında saf bir şekilde insanların aşağı…
No One is Talking About Capitalism — In Your Sense
If one’s goal is to have productive exchanges when the word capitalism is thrown into play, they must stop doing two things: naively assuming people are more or less on the same page when the term is used; and suggesting that one or another meaning of the word is completely wrong. Some use the term…
Review: Bourgeois Dignity
Bourgeois Dignity‘s line of inquiry — at least as stated — is into the causes of what Deirdre McCloskey calls “the Fact” — the tenfold or more increase in the average person’s standard of living in a couple centuries’ time. Her thesis that “the Fact” owed its origins to a culture of innovation, of openness…
Il “Libero Commercio” al Limone
[Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 18 gennaio 2017 con il titolo On Lemon “Free Trade”. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] Nella politica americana (dai Berniecratici all’establishment neoliberista centrista, ai libertari di destra, ai nazionalisti reazionari come Trump e i suoi seguaci) c’è molto disaccordo sul TTIP e altri accordi…
On Lemon “Free Trade”
There’s a lot of disagreement in American politics — from Berniecrats, to the centrist neoliberal establishment, to right-libertarians, to nationalist reactionaries like Trump and his followers — on TPP and other trade agreements. But there’s one thing they all agree on: calling it “free trade.” And they’re all wrong. At Reason (“The Neoliberal Era is…
Star Wars, Capitalism and “Benign Dictatorship”
In what seems to be becoming an annual tradition, neoconservative grey eminence Bill Kristol tweeted in December 18, “When I first saw Star Wars in 1977, I was inclined to root for the empire. 25 years later, @JVLast proved me right.” Kristol authored a similar series of tweets in October of last year, and praised…
Defending Aggressors is not a Market Virtue
Ross Kenyon comments on the “shakedown” of BP and the American government’s inability to be trusted to handle this situation in an ethical or productive manner.
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