I want independence.
There is a promise beyond all the problems of New Capitalism.
Many lofty pronouncements are likely driven by market opportunities rather than lofty morals.
When we hypothesize, we need to compare apples to apples.
Doubt and skepticism with the purpose movement and new capitalism color my reading these days.
This year’s resolution is to reverse what I think is important.
The biases and incentives challenging our decision making lead to poor outcomes.
It’s impossible to know some things, especially complicated topics like climate change and inequality.
I’ve learned that rhetoric is often more valuable than reality, and that I’d like to spend more time with others, especially my wife.
I started writing a new column for Common Good magazine.
Christian tradition gave us many scientists. We must once again embrace that tradition.
How we read determines how we think.