Weekend reading on economic and political economy. Phil always has interesting things to say as a philosophical economist or economic philosopher.American AffairsUtilitarian Economics and the Corruption of ConservatismPhilip Pilkington
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Weekend reading on economic and political economy. Phil always has interesting things to say as a philosophical economist or economic philosopher.
Utilitarian Economics and the Corruption of Conservatism