Category Archives: Choice

Behavioral Economics and Augustinian Anthropology

Behavioral economists, such as Dan Ariely here at Duke, are uncovering by inductive, double-blind experiments what inductive, deliberate reflection revealed to a host of classic thinkers, from Aristotle and Augustine all the way down to the twentieth century. At least, … Continue reading

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Abortion and the Banality of Evil

There is a chilling article in this week’s New York Times Magazine, titled, “The Two-Minus-One Pregnancy.” The article discusses the growing trend of parents, especially those who have gotten pregnant using artificial insemination, aborting one of a set of twins, … Continue reading

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