In this month’s Prospect podcast (also available on the right of this page), our resident philosopher Nigel Warburton examines the ambiguous role of thrift in defining the good life. As Warburton argues, the idea of thrift “hangs awkwardly between profligacy and miserliness,” making it one of the few virtues best practiced in moderation.
Prospect’s May podcast: entering the era of thrift
Leo Hornak / June 30, 2009
In this month's Prospect podcast (downloadable, and available on the right of this page)...