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The Maverick Radio Hour: “The Crisis of Confidence and the Power of Providence” [Episode 19]

Posted by on Feb 22, 2022 in Audio, Philosophy | 0 comments

In this episode, I start with some thoughts on contemporary issues. Things are heating up, to say the least. Protip: keep your head, and no one loses their head. That make sense? Alright then… onward to uncharted (or re-discovered) knowledge!

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The Maverick Radio Hour: “The Miracle of Qualified Morality” [Episode 18]

Posted by on Feb 15, 2022 in Audio, Economics, Philosophy | 1 comment

In this episode, I start with some general thoughts on the progress of the freedom movement, and then return to the economic thought experiment from last week, which morphs into examining the distinction between direct and qualified moral instruction.

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“Delightful Rules” – A Most Recent, Most Favoritest Musical Formulation

Posted by on Feb 4, 2022 in Audio, Music | 3 comments

This song is what you might call my musical “Flagship”, and it’s getting closer and closer to completion, exactitude, finality. It’s played on a keyboard, organ setting.

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The Maverick Radio Hour: “Basic Economic Thought Experiments: 100 People with 100 Dollars” [Episode 17]

Posted by on Feb 4, 2022 in Audio, Economics | 3 comments

In this episode, I lay the foundation for economic examinations using a simple thought experiment: 100 people with 100 dollars. This provides a basic structure (along with the hierarchy of needs) to analyze economic priorities, social psychology, tax policy, market effects, and so on. For those who are a bit new to economic theory, this is a good episode to start with.

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