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Voting as a Moral Wrong

The democratic process can’t transform immoral acts into moral ones. Therefore, participating in elections entails signing your name to countless misdeeds.

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Social Laws, Part 10

Smith explores Emile Durkheim’s major objections to Herbert Spencer’s theory of a free society based on voluntary contracts.

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Social Laws, Part 8

Smith explores the historical and theoretical roots of methodological individualism and subjectivism.

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Social Laws, Part 6

Smith explains methodological individualism and its implications for the existence of institutions and other social phenomena.