In part 1 of “Constitution, Government, Economy”, I had explored what a state is, what an economy is, the need for a constitution, the restrictions that must be imposed on a government, etc. This is a continuation of the same…. Read More ›
Month: November 2015
Hayek’s monumental work “Law, Legislation and Liberty” contains deep insights into what the proper functions of governments are, and how they should be understood and implemented. Every paragraph is worth quoting in full. But here are a few select bits… Read More ›
Society The constitution is that set of “top-level rules of the game” that are relatively few, relatively inflexible, general and persist across generations, or periods. In the extended social order we call society, individual persons are the basic interacting units… Read More ›
Greetings and Happy Diwali to all sentient beings. This is an open thread. Feel free to ask me anything.
I will be in Los Angeles this weekend. There’s a “Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas” (regional non-resident Indian day) in LA. Details here. I have never been to one. I am going to this one to basically check out what the… Read More ›