Don Quixote was a fictional character created by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra in the legendary novel El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha. The character was a romantic fiction writer who became mad (likely suffering from schizophrenia) after writing too many novels and believed himself to be a great knight fighting for justice and chivalry. His […]Read more "The Don Quixotes"
Other than Ayn Rand, there’s a very special person who has greatly influenced my thinking and writing. That person is none other than the economist I frequently refer to- Thomas Sowell. This article is based on The Man of Letters which is a pun for great scholar but it is also a collection of his letters. Thomas […]Read more "Thomas Sowell- Economist, Hero"
Say’s law is an influential idea still being controversial amongst contemporary economists, the law derived from his magnus opus A Treatise on Political Economy (Or the Production, Distribution and Consumption of Wealth). The volume is divided into 3 books, the first one concerns production. Say discussed the nature of production which is to generate goods and service for […]Read more "Jean-Baptiste Say: Grandfather of French Political Economy"
Michael and his older brother Matthew both got a new toy for Christmas, even though they both had the same toy, Michael wanted Matthew’s toy so he threw a tantrum. When Matthew agreed to swap with Michael, he said “they are both mine”. Later that day, grandma came over and gave Michael a brand new […]Read more "Bratlitics"
Church of Euthanasia is a religious organisation promoting the “voluntary population reduction” to bring about “balance of the humans and the remaining species”. Their website is here. If you go into the website, it has a counter on how much population is on the planet (which automatically increases every half a second), their slogan is […]Read more "Dispel the Myth of Malthus "
The three characters from Rand’s work explaining the importance of the ownership of ideas.Read more "Intellectual Property On Trial: John Galt, Howard Roark and Steve Ingalls"
A look at the social planning in SwedenRead more "Brave New Sweden, Part 4: The Plan Which Did Not Work"