Tag Archive: political theory

  • Highlights from our Reddit AMA with Professor Sarah Burns

    Did you miss our recent Reddit AMA with Professor Sarah Burns of RIT’s political science department? You can find the whole conversation here, or check out some of the highlights below. Dr. Burns is a regular contributor to the Learn Liberty Blog, and starred in our series on America’s Founding.   Adama82 Hi, thanks for […]

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  • Reddit AMA with Professor Sarah Burns, scholar of the American founding

    Sarah Burns is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Her research examines the intersection of political liberalization and American constitutional development with an eye toward policy implications for democratization across the globe.  Professor Burns was featured in Learn Liberty’s America’s Founding series. She has also written on American history (1), American foreign policy (2,3), elections (4,5), […]

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  • Highlights from our Reddit AMA with Professor Lauren Hall

    If you missed the Reddit AMA with Professor Lauren Hall last week, fear not! We’ve taken the liberty of compiling some of the highlights for your viewing pleasure. You can check out the whole thing here. Dr. Hall is associate professor of political science at Rochester Institute of Technology.  She is the author of Family and […]

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  • What Does It Mean to Be a Libertarian?

    Libertarians have a unique perspective on how government force should be used. As Jeff Miron, Director of Undergraduate Studies at Harvard University, points out in this video, libertarians consider using government force to coerce others into action to be immoral. This is what separates them from other philosophies which are more permissive when it comes […]

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