• Socio-Economics: Voluntary Slavery and the Limits of the Market

    Socio-Economics: Voluntary Slavery and the Limits of the Market

    Voluntary Slavery and the Limits of the Market-by Daniel Satz (2009) – article #5 in ‘Law & Ethics of Human Rights‘, vol. 3, issue 1 “Most anyone ought to know that a man is better off free than as a slave, even if he did not have anything. I would rather be free and have […]

  • Wealth and Poverty: On the Social Creation of Scarcity

    Wealth and Poverty: On the Social Creation of Scarcity

    Economics has often been called the science of wealth, with the alleviation of poverty as one of the justifications for both the pursuit of wealth and the study of that pursuit (economic theory). In the language of politicians, if we want to feed more people we need to make the economic pie bigger. This process of making the economic pie bigger […]

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