Agorism is the idea that growing your own food and trading with neighbors can increase your freedom.
Peter Gray talks about his unorthodox ideas about education in an excellent interview with The Social Exchange podcast.
Every once in a while I come across a new thinker who causes me to reconsider my prior assumptions about the world. One of those people is Hans-Hermann Hoppe.
"One of the very largest problems that is facing the earth is rarely mentioned and that is - the spread of ugliness... Architects are contributing to this." - Christopher Alexander
Did C.S. Lewis accept religion in order to avoid the fate of Squirrel Nutkin?
Bryan Caplan talks about his book, The Case Against Education, with Agnes Callard.
I talk with David Gornoski about René Girard's ideas on the role of scapegoating in society.