Adam Gurri

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Recent Essays

An Ordinary Life and the Pitfalls of Greatness

I will confess that when J. Arthur Bloom announced he was joining Front Porch Republic’s editorial team, I had not heard of it. So...

Kids These Days: Why We Shouldn’t Worry if They Don’t Leave Home Early

A popular version of the undying nostalgia for a golden era gone by is the view that this era was a time when men...

Group Decisionmaking and Individual Responsibility

Part of the pushback against the notion that groups can make decisions comes from the fear that we already use groups to absolve ourselves...

Do Groups Make Choices After All?

Mike Munger was recently on EconTalk, where he is a very regular guest. This time the subject of discussion was his latest book Choosing...

The Quest for Moral Adulthood

The path out of childhood often feels like one of the moving walkways you see in airports; there is a single direction you are...

Free Yourself from the Telescopic Morality Machine

There is one version of the history of modern media that is a story primarily about a drug, developed to make its users feel...