Aaronson on Feminism: My Reply

Here’s my point-by-point reply to Scott Aaronson’s thoughts on Don’t Be a Feminist. He’s in blockquotes, I’m not. Hi Bryan, Sorry for the delay!  I just finished reading your book.  1,251 more words

Aaronson on Feminism: My Reply

*Don’t Be a Feminist*: The Aaronson Critique

When misfortune strikes close to home, I try to avoid letting it cloud my judgment. Perhaps my family and friends are unrepresentative or unlucky. The fact that they suffer from Problem X does not show that Problem X is in fact important. 824 more words

*Don’t Be a Feminist*: The Aaronson Critique

Talking Poverty With Chris Arnade

Chris Arnade is the storied author of Dignity: Seeking Respect in Back Row America. He’s also a very cool guy. Last October, we “debated” poverty for the Acton Institute, though it was really more of an… 78 more words

Talking Poverty With Chris Arnade

Reflections on Japan

Simon and I had a fantastic journey through Japan, or at least the east coast of Honshu. We started in Tokyo, then took bullet trains to Hiroshima, Himeji, Kyoto, and Mount Fuji before heading home. 1,504 more words

Reflections on Japan

Don’t Be a Feminist: The Montz Interview

Here’s another outstanding Rob Montz production, a wide-ranging interview on feminism, academia, and more. Granted, the video’s title (“Don’t Let Your Daughter Be a Feminist”) is a bit weird, because no one can actually withhold permission from anyone to believe an idea. 92 more words

Don’t Be a Feminist: The Montz Interview

Introduction to Microeconomics (Lecture 12: Labor and Unions) Murray N. Rothbard

*Don’t Be a Feminist*: Highlights

The title essay of Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice is called “Don’t Be a Feminist: A Letter to My Daughter.” While the book is a thematic selection of my best EconLog essays from 2005-2022, the first piece is entirely new. 871 more words

*Don’t Be a Feminist*: Highlights

Gender wage gaps

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The Bill That Killed Freelance

The withering away of the middle class

The Myth Of American Inequality

NZ gender wage gap rounds down to zero?!

Good Intentions 1of3 Introduction and Public Schools with Walter Williams

Walter Williams: Up From the Projects

From Bryan Caplan’s latest book

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