One of the most important research projects for me personally, perhaps the most important, is better understanding perceptions about “place” within many indigenous peoples’ cultures. Over and over we hear traditional indigenous peoples say they and the place wherein they … Read more
The DDT Lie
What is “Left Hayekianism”?
Transforming the Cultural Appropriation Debate: Pagan and magickal insights.
Hayekian Insights on Capitalism Part III: Capitalism and Nature
Creating Institutions of Care: The Case for Democratic Forest Trusts
In: Watson, Alan; Dean, Liese; Sproull, Janet, comps. 2005. Science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress symposium; 2005 September 30–October 6; Anchorage, AK. Proceedings RMRS-P-000. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, … Read more
Earth Day 2015: a Pagan take
My piece on it is over at Witches and Pagans.… Read more
What’s in a Name? Capitalism, Crony Capitalism, and Corporatism: Why Terminology Matters
A number of classical liberals to whom I sent my paper on capitalism and civil society replied there is much with which they agree, but think I should use the term “crony capitalism” rather than “capitalism.” They point out my … Read more
Bernd Heinrich’s “Life Everlasting”: a review essay
This has been cross-posted at Witches and Pagans.
Scientists motivated by a deep love and fascination for the natural world share much of a Pagan sensibility about the world’s intrinsic value without our metaphysics, but with skills of observation … Read more