Monthly Archives: June 2016

Responding to a Critic of the Universal Basic Income

The following is my reply to Robin Wilson’s article. My critique in his argument is that a universal welfare state (which he postulates) does not contradict the universal basic income. He is right that the number of jobs is as … Continue reading

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I Endorse Abstention for the US General Elections

Bernie Sanders was banking all of his hopes on winning California, which went to Clinton in overwhelming numbers (56 to 43%). If Sanders had won California, he would have had a very strong case to win the Democratic nomination by … Continue reading

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Why the Grading and Examination System Is Harmful for Students

One of the major differences between the American and the British education system is that in the American it is easier to score high than it is in the British system. I have just received some grades for an assignment … Continue reading

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