Daniel Jacobson is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. He works primarily in ethics, political philosophy, and aesthetics. He founded and directs the Freedom and Flourishing Project, whose mission is to study the theory, history, and empirical support for classical liberalism; and to increase political diversity in philosophy.
The costs of prohibition are great, but can people be trusted to make the best decisions for themselves?
Considering strands of liberalism and how each determines right from wrong.