Money and the Sceptic: A social-epistemological case for taking arguments for redistribution seriously

I saw someone the other day put forward an argument against re-distributive taxation based on a study and a second person say ‘but that study is from the Cato Institute’. A bunch of people then jumped in to object that this was an ad hominem argument, and the study should be evaluated on our own … Continue reading Money and the Sceptic: A social-epistemological case for taking arguments for redistribution seriously