Thursday, November 4, 2010

Liberatianism: Greatest Idea Of The Nineteenth Century

Maybe a little too tendentious. Since the captions are there: Drivers don't know what they're doing, and when they do -- and the cops aren't around -- they cheat.

Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons makes a case against libertarianism that deserves attention: Eventually a society of individuals who -- even marginally -- rationally maximize their own benefits exceeds carrying capacity.

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