So says Gary Chartier. I’m inclined to agree that it’s a consumer good, at least in the actually existing economy. If freedom is doomed always to be an economic good, then there will always be constraints on freedom. Either freedom is impossible, or freed markets are an incremental step toward actual freedom, or freed markets can actually bring the cost of freedom all the way to zero.
What is capitalism?
- Education and its disruptors
- More on “right to work” and issue framing
- Open source managers for my recipe collection, maybe yours too?
- Is there #OpenData outside #OpenGov?
- Comment rescued from original article deletion, about Google’s version of patent hoarding
- Are you nescient?
- Google, the patent non-troll