Tag: social science
Hayek, Epistemología y Racionalidad Hegemónica
Por Shane Ross. Artículo original: Hayek, Epistemology, and Hegemonic Rationality, publicado el 31 de enero de 2023. Traducido al español por Camila Figueroa. Obra de Eric Fleischmann Introducción Friedrich Hayek es una figura bastante controvertida en los círculos de la izquierda libertaria. Elogiado como genio de la filosofía libertaria, por un lado, y como caballero…
Hayek, Epistemology, and Hegemonic Rationality
Introduction Friedrich Hayek is quite the contested figure in left-libertarian circles. Praised as a genius of libertarian philosophy on the one hand and as a white knight for capitalist hierarchy on the other, his ideas, like those of most theorists, are nuanced and require further investigation. Philosophy does not necessitate historicism – Sidestep the Marxists!…
Nathan Goodman Discusses Militarization, Politics, and Social Science
Longtime C4SS Fellow, activist, and economist Nathan Goodman was recently interviewed by Aaron Ross Powell on (Re)Imagining Liberty about the feedback loop between militarization at the border and militarization abroad, the role of social capital in public policy, and how good social science can help correct for the errors of the political process. Check out…
The Weekly Abolitionist: The Pernicious Consequences of Mandatory Minimums
Mandatory minimum sentences have been receiving a fair bit of scrutiny lately, largely due to the efforts of Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM). And rightly so. Mandatory minimums remove discretion and context from sentencing, resulting in grossly unjust and wildly disproportionate sentences for minor offenses. Moreover, they’ve caused some troubling shifts in who has discretionary…
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