Category Archives: academia
James Reade, Lecturer in Economics at the U. of Birmingham, wants to learn more about Hayek and Hayekian political economy. Here are some of the topics he’d like addressed — if some folks could take the time to give Reade … Continue reading
Friedrich Hayek is almost universally recognized as one of the most profound and influential thinkers of the modern period. But a person could throw rocks for a month on any campus in America and not hit a professor with any … Continue reading
Researchers who privately think thoughts outside the lock-step world of the leftist party line fear speaking their minds in psychology departments from coast to coast — the New York Times reports on the Orwellian reality of modern “scientific research”.
At Yale University.
Anyone who’s been near a University in the last 50 years is well aware of this phenomena. Quotable: “An introductory politics subject, Contemporary Ideologies and Movements, devoted one week to liberalism and conservatism. For the following 11 weeks, it examined … Continue reading