Hartshorne on God

From what I understand, Charles Hartshorne broke the first ground on synthesizing Alfred North Whitehead’s process philosophy into some kind of digestible theology. The following selection comes from his book Omnipotence and Other Theological Mistakes (1984). In Plato’s Republic one finds the proposition: God, being perfect, cannot change (not for the better, since “perfect” means that there […]

College as consumer good

I had the top comment on a Gary Vaynerchuk LinkedIn post last week. Sparked some good discussion. Thought I’d share here. “Today, college is about an ‘experience,’ not an education. It wasn’t always this way, but we’re here now. This means the problem is much deeper than finding other ways to educate yourself and become […]

A concise definition of Austrian Economics

I’ve copied these 10 points from Steve Horwitz’s valuable post on this subject. They succinctly define the tenets of Austrian economics. Only individuals choose. The study of the market order is fundamentally about exchange behavior and the institutions within which exchanges take place. The “facts” of the social sciences are what people believe and think. […]