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Archive for October, 2011
Why do bureaucrats enforce rules in cases where their application is universally regarded as stupid?
Posted by Paul Gowder on Oct 18 2011
Why my research is relevant, Obama edition.
Posted by Paul Gowder on Oct 04 2011
Random “keep the blog active” chess post: he with the most open files wins.
What Liberty? Whose? Three arguments in defense of Chemerinsky’s proposal to shutter the private schools.
The next big step in the rule of law project
The benefits of a bad reputation.
Groping toward a 21st century right of revolution/2nd amendment, OR: Machiavelli was right, as usual.
Against "it takes a theory to beat a theory"
Refuting the American Economics Association's advice about how to use its own signaling mechanisms (with game theory!)
Unpaid internships violate the Fair Labor Standards Act
Virtue ethics + global justice? Consequentialism + the capabilities approach?
Epistemic duties as moral duties
Two posts against blaming black people for proposition 8:
There are no racial essences, for fuck's sake
Fallacies of racial causation
3 Quarks Daily
Accelerate the Contradictions
Books do Furnish a Room
Crime and Federalism
Duck of Minerva
Eye of the Storm
Feminist Law Professors
Grad School Mommy
I’ve Hit That
Jacob T. Levy
Kids Prefer Cheese
Lawyers, Guns and Money
Legal Theory Blog
Leiter’s Law School Reports
Leiter’s Legal Philosophy
Leiter’s Nietzsche blog
Medical Humanities Blog
Politics, Theory and Photography
Reconciling the Gemini Twins
Scratch My Brain
The Brooks Blog
The Buck Stops Here
The Droning Inquisition
The Monkey Cage
The Panda’s Thumb
The Slack Daily
Volokh Conspiracy (Eugene and Orin only)
What Would Phoebe Do?
Yeah, Ok, But Still
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Diary of a visit to a coffeeshop run by a madman
Internships: massive FLSA (minimum wage) violations?
"happy-causing bacteria" in soil, I'm being told.
I do that all the time.
in reply to jeffalbert
I wish he'd actually publish something like this:
bay area events
blogospheric investigation into the existence of "game"
blogospheric polls with highly biased samples
blood runs true
bush administration incompetence
calls for papers and funding opportunities
correcting the press
DOOMED: Airline industry edition.
Draft Charlie Nesson for HLS Dean
dredging for comments by posting about sex
global war on bad writing
gonzo blogging and other redundancies
ill-formed ideas never to be followed up
modernity: love it or leave it.
only in northern california
Paul Gowder tells you how to live your life
Paul Gowder, Reviewer at Large
paul proves he actually exists outside the blogosphere
people I like throwing the smackdown on people I don't
shiny people and cool things
skeletons in the closet
something actually optimistic and non-misanthropic!
sometimes produces political theory
statistics gone bad
tales of new orleans
the Athenians came up with everything first
the awesomeness of david lewis
the rationality and cost of voting
things so horrible that commentary is superfluous
Tuesday Kafka/Borges/Byron (and others)
unsolicited advice to people who are not reading
We're meat. MEAT. Nothing but meat!
When Paul is dictator, the trains will all run on time
wherein Paul is a coastal liberal elite
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