Finally some good news.
Published a new issue of my @MarketBuddhist@twitter.com newsletter. Intent plays a big role in Buddhist ethics. So I wanted to look at it within the context of calls for political action that mean having the state to enforce our preferences through violence or threats.https://freemarketbuddhist.substack.com/p/a-buddhist-perspective-violence-the
Another sign of moral progress. https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2020/09/10/poll-nfl-anthem-protests/
And here I thought 2020 couldn't get any worse. https://vice.com/stories/bts-first-k-pop-billboard-hot-100/
Are you a libertarian curious about Buddhism? Or a Buddhist curious about libertarianism? I've launched a new project called the Free Market Buddhist (@MarketBuddhist@twitter.com). It's a newsletter now and a book later next year. Learn more here: https://freemarketbuddhist.substack.com/
This new @ProjectLincoln@twitter.com #TrumpKnew ad would be a lot better if the kerning weren't so off on the "1" in "190,000."
I've launched a new project exploring the Buddhist case for political and economic liberty. You can follow it at @MarketBuddhist@twitter.com and sign up for the newsletter (and read the first issue) here: https://freemarketbuddhist.substack.com/
Cato Institute moral and political philosophy scholar. Libertarianism.org director and editor. Husband. Dad. Aristotelian. Buddhist.
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