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Archivio Articoli dell'Autore: Samuel Gregg


DEBATE/ Conservatives, America, and Natural Law

There is a need for more conservatives publicly witnessing that humans are wired to know and freely choose truth, and that this has implications for the political order. By SAMUEL GREGG
Samuel Gregg

CAPITALISM/ Why Max Weber Was Wrong

According to SAMUEL GREGG, the association of Protestantism with capitalism, famously articulated by Max Weber, is theologically dubious, empirically disprovable, and largely incidental
Samuel Gregg

ECONOMIC FREEDOM/ 3. Conservatives and the Non-Triumph of Capitalism

SAMUEL GREGG, in Public Discourse, intervenes in the debate about conservatism and capitalism at First Thing, and highlights the need for principled defenses of economic freedom
Samuel Gregg

EU/ The Economic Crisis and Europe’s Rule of Law Problem

Close attention to particular decisions by European institutions and governments before and during the present economic crisis suggests that many have significantly infringed the rule of law
Samuel Gregg

POLICY/ Beyond Conservatism and Libertarianism

Despite disagreements, conservatives and libertarians often agree on many things. Resolving their differences means rejecting philosophical skepticism and taking right reason seriously.
Samuel Gregg

EUROZONE/ Monetary Possibilities for a Post-Euro Europe

The Eurozone’s crisis is an opportunity for Europe to explore new monetary options that challenge the hitherto dominant vision of the European Union’s economic future, says Samuel Gregg
Samuel Gregg

AMERICA’S ECONOMY/ Two Principles for Reform: Limited State and Subsidiarity

Samuel Gregg comments on the loss of economic freedom in America, with the increase in federal government interference, and how it leads to a lessening in human flourishing.
Samuel Gregg

CRISIS/ Risk, Uncertainty, and Rule of Law

Samuel Gregg explains risk and uncertainty, and how uncertainty is currently affecting Wall Street. How can we build a rule of law back up once it has been eroded?
Samuel Gregg

Socialism and Solidarity

It is at our own peril that we ignore the nexus between moral convictions, the institutions in which they are realized, and our economic culture  
Samuel Gregg
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