Political research and analysis
Blog on EU politics
About Draghi's Jackson Hole speech
Mario Draghi touts multilateralism, but the EU is more than that. Free trade is sustainable as part of a fully fledged democratic order.
New publications (in case you missed them)
Announcement on my last three publications. It is about a book on EU politics and two philosophy papers.
July 12: I support #NetNeutrality
The US Federal Communications Commission's plan to kill net neutrality is to the detriment of everyone but the Internet Service Providers.
Suggestions for the EU declaration on e-government
The EU's expected Tallinn Declaration on e-government should emphasise the use of free software and the need for digital self determination.
Books and independent publications
Prolegomena to a study of Metaethics
On the abstract structure of ethics and its implications on such magnitudes as individuality, agency, reward, punishment, free will.
Notes on the modes of Scepticism
On the empirical, epistemological, and metaphysical grounds for scepticism: a pragmatic and holistic disposition towards knowledge and learning.
Dialogues on EU politics
On the specifics of EU politics and the European integration process
Essays on Sovereignty
On the theoretical aspects and underpinnings of supreme political authority