Posts Tagged ‘spiked

Following the publication of my spiked article on the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War I appeared on a spiked podcast on 16 June to discuss the question further. You can listen here  (it is the final item).

This is the text of my article that was published on spiked on 13 June. Fifty years ago this week, the Arab world was suffering from severe trauma. In early June 1967, the tiny state of Israel had militarily crushed the surrounding armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria in just six days of war. That […]

Spiked has published an essay by me on The Truth About Hatred of Israel. I will upload the full text at a later date.

The ÖkonomenBlog, a project of the Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft (INSM – Initiative for a New Social Market Economy) has reproduced my recent article on behavioural economics. It was first published in English on spiked then translated into German by Novo magazine.

Novo magazine has published a German translation of my spiked article defending rational man. Die Verhaltensökonomie bietet eine pseudowissenschaftliche Legitimation für antidemokratische Einstellungen. Unsere persönliche Sicht auf politische Zusammenhänge hängt zu großen Teilen davon ab, ob wir glauben, dass Menschen dazu fähig sind, vernünftige Entscheidungen zu treffen. Es ist keine Übertreibung zu behaupten, dass die […]

Last Friday spiked published an article by me on behavioural economics. An individual’s stance on politics largely depends on his view of the capacity of humans to exercise reason. It is no exaggeration to say that the ideas of freedom and democracy are premised on the notion that people can act rationally. Think of any […]

This is the text of my article published on spiked on 2 March. There are two main ways in which the relationship between man and nature can be understood. Some contend that humans should reshape the natural world for their own benefit, while others argue that humanity should respect natural limits. The first view can […]

Spiked has published an article by me critiquing “progressive” environmentalism. I will upload the full text at a later date but in the meantime it is available here.

This is the text of my spiked article published on Thursday  It is hard to resist the conclusion that Barack Obama loathes Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, after watching videos of their joint press conferences. President Obama’s eyes sometimes seem to glaze over as Netanyahu explains Israel’s official position in his characteristically forthright style. […]

I had not had any articles published for a while and then suddenly four appear in one day. I will upload the full text over the next week or so but meanwhile here are the links: * A spiked article on why Barack Obama loathes the Israeli prime minister.  * A Financial Times feature on […]