This interview explores from a Christian perspective some fundamental concepts in economics in light of the ethics of capital and interest
Alexis de Tocqueville, Philosopher of Civil Society: An Interview with Brian Smith
This interview underscores the importance of Alexis de Tocqueville’s social thought in light of his anthropology and view of humane institutions in a society.
Friedrich Nietzsche’s Critique of Christianity and Capitalism: An Interview Kishore Jayabalan
This interview offers a response to one of the major cultural critiques of capitalism and offers considerations for how to articulate a vision of the the free-market in light of a humane civil society.
Thinking about Sustainability and the Environment: An Interview with Craig Mitchell
Craig Mitchell talks about the the ethics and economics of environmental
Judaism, Commerce, and Free Markets: An Interview with Isaac Lifshitz
This interview articulates some of the core concepts in Jewish economic theory and suggests how Christians thinkers might benefit from this tradition of thought.
On Corruption, Freedom, and Intellectual Entrepreneurs: An Interview with Alex Chafuen
In this topically wide-ranging interview, Dr. Chafuen discusses the role of “intellectual entrepreneurs” in a society, how to think about factors related to economic-political corruption a society and what can be done about it.
Centralization and Civil Society: An Interview with John Bolt
This interview discusses such topics like what is the relationship between centralization of political power and civil society.
Adam Smith, Philosopher and Political Economist: An Interview with James Otteson
This interview offers an account of Adam Smith as philosophical political economist and how philosophers and theologians can utilize his anthropology in their social policy.