Critical Rationalism

by J. C. Lester on Feb 21, 2012

Lester introduces the Popperian theory of “critical rationalism,” which holds that all knowledge is ultimately only fallible theory.


Class for Classical Liberals

by Jason Kuznicki on Feb 10, 2012

Charles Murray’s new book raises intriguing questions—but is far less objectionable than one might think.


The Boston Tea Party

by George H. Smith on Jan 17, 2012

The British response to the Boston Tea Party stiffened American resolve for revolution. In this essay, George Smith tells the story of that event.


The Boston Massacre

by George H. Smith on Jan 3, 2012

Smith continues his look at the events leading up to the American Revolution by telling the story of the Boston Massacre.


Bad Philosophy and the Technocratic Nightmare

by Aaron Ross Powell on Dec 16, 2011

Sam Harris’s book represents a dangerous mode of thinking echoing early Progressivism. Libertarians should be deeply concerned by Harris’s take on morality.