Economics is Intuitive

Economist Bryan Caplan sets out to prove that basic economics is intuitive: To make my prima facie case, I’m going to present a few allegedly counterintuitive economic propositions, then explain them at a 6th-grade level. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 10.05.12

‘European Civilization – From the Edict of Milan to Christianophobia’ Metropolitan Hilarion, Department for External Church Relations of the Russian Orthodox Church The Christian world is approaching a remarkable date, the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, which entered the world history as a most important legal document dividing the two eras – those of heathen Roma and Christian Europe. Continue Reading...

ResearchLinks – 10.05.12

Call for Papers: “Economics, Christianity & The Crisis: Towards a New Architectonic Critique” The 2008 credit crisis is not only a crisis in economics, but also a crisis in the basic concepts and assumptions that underlie our thinking about economics, economics as a science. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 10.04.12

Hollywood, Jesus and the Monks of Mount Athos: A Conversation with Actor Jonathan Jackson Tony Rossi, Christopher Closeup It’s not that unusual for an actor to thank God when winning an award. Continue Reading...