There are two basic moral frameworks people can adopt when thinking about how to treat others: localist and globalist. The basic difference is the size of the moral community.
Localism is the default human morality. Human sociality is adapted for life in a close-knit moral community. There’s an in-group whom we . . .
“The art of Economics,” says Henry Hazlitt, “consists in looking not merely at the immediate, but at the longer effects of any act or policy.” This is true not only for the economic effects of policy, but also for the political effects of policy. These longer effects in the political . . .
Human trafficking is the biggest form of slavery in history. But sometimes it seems half the battle in the anti-trafficking movement is fighting despair within its own ranks. Fighting trafficking head on is like plucking leaves off a vine of ivy. But durable institutional solutions do exist. when we look . . .