Originally published 01/18/2018
So did the practical people known as artisans. We should acknowledge their contribution.
Originally published 11/30/2016
Do We Really Have to Learn All Over Again What the Enlightenment Taught Us About the Downsides of Trade Wars?
Andrew J. Hamilton
Walling off neighbors has horrible consequences.
Originally published 06/11/2007
Two recent examinations suggest that torture arises not because of individual barbarity and sadism, or even because of the presence or absence of enlightened laws, but because of social and psychological structures. The 20th century provided more avenues for such structures to flourish, these analyses suggest, which is why so much more torture took place in the last 100 years. Sociologist Christopher Einolf recently compiled a history of torture. He limited his study to cases involving conduct t
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