The Closing of Open Society: Part II
By Craig Wright | 09 Feb 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The Republic of Mozambique (hereafter Mozambique) is a sub-Saharan African nation on the Swahili coast. The country gained political independence

The Closing of Open Society
By Craig Wright | 28 Jan 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Traditionally, the United Kingdom has been an open society (OS) [1]. In a neoliberal context, an open society incorporates open

Book Review: After Virtue
By Craig Wright | 25 Jan 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Alasdair MacIntyre’s After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory provides a cogent and compelling argument for virtue ethics over Kantian

Book Review: Bowling Alone
By Craig Wright | 17 Jan 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

In his seminal work, Bowling Alone, Robert Putman has managed to capture many of the difficulties facing society as we

Book Review: Written on the Heart: The Case for Natural Law
By Craig Wright | 14 Jan 2022 | Law & Regulation, Philosophy

In his unambiguously elucidated book, J. Budziszewski successfully presents and defends the tradition of natural law starting with Aristotle and

Constitutional Design Proposal
By Craig Wright | 09 Jan 2022 | Law & Regulation, Philosophy

     I.         Introduction For all the benefits, the Constitution of the United States was developed in haste and through various

Carnivorous Sponges
By Craig Wright | 04 Jan 2022 | Other, Philosophy

A relatively recent paper from O’Hara et al. (2020), describing a scientific survey of the lower bathyal and abyssal seafloor

Marx’s Stolen Theory
By Craig Wright | 20 Dec 2021 | Economics, Philosophy

It was not Marx’s labor theory of value. As Lutz (2018) argues, it is the position of several French philosophers, aligned with

Art Nouveau
By Craig Wright | 03 Dec 2021 | Philosophy

Art Nouveau captured the accurate naturalism developed in the time following scientific advances such as those made by Darwin. Geographic

The Tale of Genji
By Craig Wright | 15 Nov 2021 | Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Having studied theology and mediaeval history before, I come to today’s subject with a particular bias and worldview. Yet, having

The Voyage of Captain John Saris to Japan
By Craig Wright | 30 Sep 2021 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Throughout the world, the 16th century was a time of change, whether Western or Eastern. The Tokugawa shogunate had taken

The Japanese Processes of Unification and Reunification
By Craig Wright | 05 Aug 2021 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The opening of trade between Europe and Asia in the 15th century led to the arrival of Europeans in Japan

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