Free to Choose

Free to Move

A good anti-regulation piece by Richard Dawkins was emailed by Ben Ravilious. Extract: "The official and his supervisor were human beings who wanted to act decently, but they were stymied by a rulebook [that was] incapable of discretion, compassion or humanity. Discretion can be abused, and rulebooks are safeguards, but the balance has shifted too far in the direction of an obsessive reverence for rules."

Views: 372

Tags: Richard-Dawkins, intelligent-discretion, regulation

Add a Comment

You need to be a member of Free to Choose to add comments!

Join Free to Choose

© 2017   Created by Martin Cassini.   Powered by

Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service