Posts Tagged ‘Craig Pirrong’

  1. “Deep concerns that do not arise in traditional welfare economics”


    October 11, 2017 by AK

    In 2013, “W.W.” wrote in the Democracy in America column in The Economist: The insidiousness of “libertarian paternalism” is not in the slippery slope from the non-coercive nudge to explicitly coercive limits on individual liberty. Rather, the problem is that, as a piece of language, “libertarian paternalism” renders difficult the ability to conceive of a …
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  2. “It’s just the wasted years so close behind”


    February 1, 2015 by AK

    In one of his bitterest poems, In Front of the Looking Glass, Vladislav Khodasevich wondered how he, once a young dancer at summer balls in Ostankino, near Moscow, had mutated into a critic whose every riposte induces “revulsion, animus and fear” in young émigré poets. Or perhaps “spite” or “malice” for the second term and “loathing” for …
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