Adam Gurri
Adam Gurri
Adam Gurri
Adam Gurri works in digital advertising and has a master’s in economics from George Mason University. His present research focuses on the ethics of business and work, from the perspective of virtue and human flourishing.
What We Can Learn From Feminism’s Victorian Revival

We are so afraid to be perceived as uptight like the Victorians that we would rather become slobs.

Keeping Faith With Democracy In A Divorce-Prone World

Like a marriage, democracy requires trust and humility to work. Right now, we’re losing those civic virtues.

Amazon Is No Threat To Authors, Despite Its Fight With Hachette

Amazon has made things drastically better for both readers and authors. And it will not completely displace traditional publishers.

A Federalist, A Libertarian, And A Statist Walk Into a Bar

Our society tells three broad narratives about what it means to be free: federalism, property, and liberation. Each has its flaws.