Tag : Free market

Written on Mar, 01, 2018 by in | Leave a comment

Eliot makes important points about the relation of private life, public life, and the spirit of market liberalism that are as powerful today as they were when she wrote them almost 150 years ago.

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Written on Aug, 24, 2017 by in | 1 Comment.

The pathology of Western intellectuals has committed them to an adversarial relationship with the culture—free markets and individual rights—that has produced the greatest alleviation of suffering; the greatest liberation from want, ignorance, and superstition; and the greatest increase of bounty and opportunity in the history of all human life. This pathology allows Western intellectuals to step around the Everest of …

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Written on Jan, 17, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

What follows isn’t a “how-to” manual or a program for Orthodox evangelism or church building. There are enough of those available on the market already. My concern here is to trace out the areas for the fruitful, dare I say, profitable, engagement of the free market by Orthodox Christians. As I argue below, while America has been a source of …

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Written on Sep, 15, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

In a short video, George Mason University, professor of economics Walter Williams argues that the free market is morally good because it is based on mutual exchange rooted in service. Take a look.

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