Tag Archives: Etienne Gilson

What is it about money?

I was going to hold off blogging until the New Year, but irritation drove me to posting … In a recent article, Alan Kohler had this to say: The real war is between monetary policy and the Digital Revolution – between the world of finance trying to reduce the value of money and therefore debt, […]

Something obscurantist this way comes

I recently had the unexpected experience of reading a book that appalled me; this is not a reaction I can remember having to a book before. The book has a title I agree with: Ideas Have Consequences. Regarded as a classic text of  postwar American conservatism, the book is a long jeremiad at the corruption […]