Philosophy


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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What Is Censorship Resistance?

By Craig Wright | 10 Jul 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Bitcoin has nothing to do with ‘censorship resistance’, and it never did. The entire term is rather asinine. The only…

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On Civil Disobedience

By Craig Wright | 08 Jan 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

I believe in law. To me, it holds the convictions of all that is valuable. Having said so, all systems…

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Statement of Dec 27, 2019

By Craig Wright | 27 Dec 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Recently, we have received many questions and seen much public conjecture about what will happen in January 2020 with bitcoin…

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Work Is Infinite…

By Craig Wright | 25 Nov 2019 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Many in Silicon Valley and others like to promote the false concept of artificial intelligence (AI) and, specifically, how AI…

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Satoshi; or, The Solution to Nakamoto’s Dilemma

By Craig Wright | 27 Sep 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Tominaga Nakamoto (1715–46) was a Japanese philosopher trained in the Osaka merchant academy called the Kaitokudō. His research and writings…

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Satoshi’s Vision: The Art of Bitcoin

By Craig Wright | 12 Sep 2019 | Alternative Coins & Systems, Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The book Satoshi’s Vision: The Art of Bitcoin is the product of a compilation of a selected number of Craig’s…

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Zeno’s Paradoxes and Bitcoin

By Craig Wright | 26 Jul 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Philosophy

A part of the reason for the number of bitcoin relates to a simple sequence that allows you to see…

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