Tagged: Cato Unbound

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A Libertarian Argument for the Basic Income Guarantee

Jason Kuznicki forgot to remind us, but he’s doing his usual bang-up job at Cato Unbound, the latest issue of which features Matt Zwolinski making a pragmatic libertarian case for the basic income guarantee...

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At My Real Job: DNA and the Death Penalty

This month’s Cato Unbound is especially interesting to me because it discusses how to integrate new facts into an old public policy debate: Now that we (sometimes) have DNA evidence, what does it tell...

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At My Real Job: The Decline of Men

At Cato Unbound this month, Kay Hymowitz looks at the trends and considers whether men are in decline: Women today are entering adulthood with more education, more achievements, more property, and, arguably, more money...

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At My Real Job: Targeted Killing and the Rule of Law

This month’s Cato Unbound features a lead essay by Ryan Alford of Ave Maria School of Law. It asks a very important question: When can the executive, acting alone, lawfully kill a citizen? The...

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This Month’s Cato Unbound

This month’s Cato Unbound is on one of those counterintuitive topics that I’ve taken a great deal of interest in lately. By the numbers, the world is increasingly at peace. Most people probably wouldn’t...

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Homogenization and the State

“In some ways, the ‘night watchman’ state — the state that enables civil society to develop and function without distortions imposed by roving bandits, local notables, and its own functionaries, but that also is...

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James C. Scott at Cato Unbound

James C. Scott is one of the great thinkers of our time. This month at Cato Unbound, we’re doing a retrospective on his book Seeing Like a State. It’s a monograph whose influence has...

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@My Real Job

This month’s Cato Unbound asks: Given human evolution, what can we say about politics? Larry Arnhart argues for classical liberalism. PZ Myers argues for apolitical science. More to come from Lionel Tiger and Herbert...

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Bernstein on Discrimination and Liberty

If you’re not reading Cato Unbound — also known as my real job — you should be. Here’s David Bernstein, offering some new thinking on the old debate between property rights and nondiscrimination: Historically,...

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Patrick J. Deneen at Cato Unbound

Georgetown University’s Patrick J. Deneen opens this month’s Cato Unbound talking about one of our frequent conversation topics, Phillip Blond and his Red Tory synthesis: [L]iberal anthropology… underlies both the Left’s infatuation with the...

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