Philosophy


The Short versus the Long Term?

By Craig Wright | 03 Mar 2021 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

All positive social change comes at a cost. Many executives of current organisations attempt to argue that the very reason…

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A Discussion of the Academies of Art Established in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

By Craig Wright | 16 Feb 2021 | Philosophy

Art academies were principally constructed to instruct and train young artists with a set of codes and foundational principles. Artists…

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Cot Death in the Nanny State

By Craig Wright | 06 Jan 2021 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

When the Covid-19 outbreak first began, Sweden decided to take a more laissez-faire approach to handle the spread of the…

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Refuting “Conflict can only be resolved when both parties are prepared to compromise”

By Craig Wright | 16 Dec 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Humans are naturally inclined to seek compromise (Baume & Novak, 2020, pp. 70–71), which is a well-studied psychological condition (Radosavljevic,…

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The Casualties of Attacking the Market

By Craig Wright | 24 Nov 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Aristotle characterized envy as anguish at the prospect of another’s good fortune which is provoked by “those who have what…

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The Myth of Complete Knowledge

By Craig Wright | 17 Nov 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The journal articles written by Jones (2003) and Cairney (2012) seem very different at face value, but we can see…

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Relationship Marketing

By Craig Wright | 27 Oct 2020 | Economics, Philosophy

In the field of service marketing, relationship marketing is gradually experiencing more common deployment. To some, it would appear as…

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Scarcity and Incentives

By Craig Wright | 16 Oct 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

When people query why elite athletes such as NBA basketball players are getting paid so much more than teachers, the…

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Nation and State: Old Wine in New Bottles

By Craig Wright | 06 Oct 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

If you opt to believe Anderson (2016; originally 1991), it becomes necessary to concur with the notion that ancient great…

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On Talking

By Craig Wright | 04 Sep 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

I have been giving oral presentations for a long time. The methodology I used in learning the necessary skill has…

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On ‘Bullshit’

By Craig Wright | 02 Sep 2020 | Philosophy

Franfurt (2005; originally 1986, in his essay On Bullshit) assembled a modern philosophical concept that presents perhaps one of the…

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Jan Van Eyck — A Study in Optics

By Craig Wright | 28 Aug 2020 | Philosophy

When people discuss Renaissance art, they generally look to Florence and the northern Italian peninsula. In doing so, they bypass…

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