Monday, April 4, 2005

CAPITALISTS AT LAW & ENTREPRENEURSHIP NEWS

This week's edition of the Carnival of the Capitalists is hosted by the Law & Entrepreneurship News. I bet that Prodos's interview (The Swashbuckling Spirit of the Entrepreneur) with Dr. Andrew Bernstein is of great interest to the readers of Law & Entrepreneurship News.

Topics covered include:

  • How Cornelius Vanderbilt challenged Robert Fulton's state-sponsored monopoly.
  • The entrepreneur as a daring, enterprising adventurer with a great, original vision.
  • Creative minds in the material realm of business just as creative as those in the spiritual realm of art.
  • The mind as the real business capital.
  • Does greed for money drive the entrepreneur?
  • What does money and profit mean to the entrepreneur?
  • Ayn Rand as an entrepreneur.
  • Entrepreneurs as heroes.
  • Entrepreneurs as advocates for the future.
  • What two conditions do entrepreneurs need in order to be able to flourish. (Prodos.com)

As always, don't miss the Reason Roundup at the Charlotte Capitalist.

Welcome to this week's Reason Roundup. This week: the joy of cats, an April Fools Day quiz, the wings of Icarus, clothes make the man or better yet: the man is reflected through his clothes (so is the girl), WTF?, the real roots of Easter, free software, and "Who's your philosopher?". Whoa, Nelly. (CharlotteCapitalist.com 04/03/05.)


If you want to the read what the enemies of reason, egoism, and laissez-faire capitalism are up to, check out the "Carnival of the Un-Capitalists"... You probably have to get a sick bag before you start reading the entries. You could find a link to the "alternative" carnival in Jay Solo's post, Kind of Like the Un-Cola.