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June 14, 2010
Meditations on Values, the State and the Crooked Timber of Humanity
The real world has never been kind to political theory....
Tags: 21st century integration, authoritarian, capitalist, citizenship, civil contract, crooked timber of humanity, democracy, democratic process, Frencha and English Canada, GDP, Global Brief, Hegel, inequality between nations, John Rawls, liberal states, Mark Kingwell, neutrality, philosophy, political discourse, Quebec society, technology, transational theories
Proposition: National championsÂ are good economic policy in the 21st century
Watson (against): One silver lining to...
Tags: Advanced Research Agency, Americaâs economy, bankers, Big companies, Bill Gates, brokers, Canada, Canadian economy, Canadian exports, China, CIBC, East Asia, economic policy, economic theory, financial deficit, Finland, Forbes, foreign direct investment, GB, GDP, General Motors, Global Brief, Great Recession, industrial policy, international trade, Jim Stanford, Korea, laissez-faire policy, Milton Friedman, NAFTA, Nortel, OECD, sands industry, Sumsung, tax policy, US, Wall Street, William Watson