Presentations

Title Country City Date
Libertarianism and Social Justice United States Wellesley January 16, 2017
The Demographic Objection to Epistocracy United States Baltimore January 5, 2017
Most Americans Shouldn’t Vote United States Bloomington November 3, 2016
The Ethics of Voting United States Cambridge October 24, 2016
How to Vote Well and Why Most People Don't United States Conway October 20, 2016
The Ethics of Voting, United States Newport News October 18, 2016
Markets without Limits Canada Toronto October 14, 2016
Most Americans Should Not Vote United States College Park October 4, 2016
The Ethics of Voting United States Moraga September 29, 2016
Against Democracy United States Colombus September 23, 2016
Most Americans Shouldn’t Vote United States Kalamazoo September 22, 2016
Most Americans Shouldn’t Vote United States Richmond September 20, 2016
Markets without Limits United States Durham September 19, 2016
The Ethics Project Portugal Estoril July 14, 2016
Markets without Limits United States Hanover May 5, 2016
Markets without Limits United States Boulder April 4, 2016
Murderers at the Ballot Box: On Lying to Bad Voters United States Boulder April 4, 2016
The Economic and Moral Case for Open Borders United States Richmond March 23, 2016
The Economic and Moral Case for Open Borders United States Charlottesville February 18, 2016
The Ethics and Economics of Open Borders United States Chapel Hill February 18, 2016
Libertarianism and Social Justice United States Wellesley January 18, 2016
Markets without Symbolic Limits Canada Toronto March 18, 2014
Signaling Equality? Against Semiotic Arguments for Democracy Australia Canberra July 4, 2013
When Citizens Should Not Vote Australia Acton August 23, 2010
The Social Contract as an Institutional Framework for Entrepeneurship United Kingdom Oxford April 19, 2007

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