Author Archives: Enrique Guerra-Pujol

Degrees of (paranormal) belief

We saw the table pictured below on our Twitter feed (via @MichaelShermer), with the judgmental title: “Paranormal beliefs 2017. Only 25.3% of Americans do not hold any of the 7 beliefs.” (Shermer is a science writer and founder of The Skeptics Society.) But in … Continue reading

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Distribution of colors in a bowl of Fruit Loops cereal

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Wallace Corporation T-shirt

We finally saw the movie Blade Runner 2049 and will be writing up a review soon. In the meantime, you can order your very own Wallace Corporation T-shirt (pictured below) here. (In Blade Runner 2049, the Wallace Corporation is the … Continue reading

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Review of Muldoon’s defense of tolerance of anti-libertarian views

This post is part of our month-long series of blog posts reviewing select essays published in the new Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism. In this post, we will review Ryan Muldoon’s excellent essay on “Reasons to tolerate.” (Professor Muldoon, a political … Continue reading

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Review of Wendt’s theory of moderate libertarianism

This post is part of a series of blog posts reviewing select essays published in the new Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism. In this particular post, we will review Fabian Wendt’s dangerous essay on “Libertarian property rights and the Lockean sufficiency … Continue reading

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Review of Mulligan on libertarianism versus meritocracy

Happy Friday the 13th! We now proceed with our review of some of the essays published in the new Routledge Handbook on Libertarianism. In this post, we will review Thomas Mulligan’s erudite essay “Libertarianism vs. meritocracy.” (Mulligan, a political theorist/philosopher … Continue reading

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#Moore’sLaw

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