This story originally appeared on Mises Wire Dusty Wunderlich | Published August 5, 2019 I recently returned from two weeks abroad in Russia, I did the usual sightseeing, but my main objective was to climb the highest peak in Europe, Mount Elbrus, which happens to be in Southern Russia. This is the fourth of the […]
I recently had the distinct pleasure of presenting my latest white paper, The Problem of Big Data: An A Priori Epistemological Approach to Technological Advancement, at the Libertarian Scholars Conference hosted by the Mises Institute. In this paper, I explore the philosophical problems with how many are approaching big data and technological advancement. Specifically, I tackle the […]
Abstract: The Problem of Big data is a thorough analysis of the use and philosophy of Big Data and its economic and political implications. The analysis is done through the lens of epistemology and the importance of framing knowledge creation around cultural and technological changes. Read the paper below or download to read offline.
In the early 1970’s many of the great Libertarian minds gathered to submit papers and concepts around liberty. This conference became an annual affair and was known as the Libertarian Scholars Conference. Some of the greatest advancements in Libertarian thought came out of this conference which lasted into the early 1980’s. This conference help usher […]
There are thousands of bureaucrats and politicians around the country that are touting their centralized economic development strategies as works of genius. But when you look under the hood of what is actually being said and done there is significant logical fallacies behind these efforts. The most common being circular reasoning and broken window fallacy […]