Rebooting liberalism – part 2: Funding public goods

This is the next post in my series about Radical Markets. In this post I’m going to focus on coordination between communities within liberalism, and specifically how to coordinate the funding of public goods. Liberalism is failing on its own terms When liberalism was conceptualised during the Enlightenment, one of the first critiques was that … Continue reading Rebooting liberalism – part 2: Funding public goods

Rebooting Liberalism – part 1: Voting

Liberalism, the foundation of our current political structures, was conceptualised during the Enlightenment period in the 16th century. Philosophical and academic contributions came from many people, different parts of the world, but John Locke is widely considered the “Father of Liberalism”. Fast forward to the 17th century and Capitalism started to emerge in Europe, much … Continue reading Rebooting Liberalism – part 1: Voting