Thomas Sowell on "Intellectuals and Society"
Chapter 2. Thomas Sowell offers examples of why intellectuals are so often wrong about economics.
Chapter 3. What is the vision to which contemporary intellectuals subscribe? Thomas Sowell responds.
Chapter 4. Thomas Sowell reasons that intellectuals certainly can renounce war, “and that does not stop your neighbor from building up the biggest army in the world and coming in and killing you.”
Chapter 5. Thomas Sowell explains how the demand for public intellectuals is largely manufactured by the public intellectuals themselves.