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Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary blog A call for classical liberal policies in India (and the world)

English - Liberty, Economics, India
http://sabhlokcity.com/
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 3d ago

Some of my views on religion – as posted on my Facebook page

I periodically post material against religion – all religions, no exceptions – on my FB profile page. I had wanted to compile some of these thoughts on this blog. I’ve spent 25 minutes or so...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 3d ago

Letter from Adam Smith to Dr William Cullen blasting doctors and all medical monopolies

Dr Cullen had written to Adam Smith seeking his opinion on proposals from the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.  The petition suggested that doctors should be graduates, they should ...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 6d ago

Excellent work being undertaken by the Bhadohi SBP team – a short video snippet

Those who follow SBP’s Facebook page and Twitter account will already know that Rabi Kant Bharti and his team is doing exceptionally well in Bhadohi. The number of people who want to listen ...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 1W ago

A new approach to political liberal action – workshops across India to find leaders at the grassroots

I had alluded to a fundamental change in approach in my recent podcast (see my blog post here). I’m now attempting to refine its mechanisms. The key findings to date: A top-down approach is ...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 1W ago

Using Whatsapp as a productivity tool to dictate text very fast and accurately – far better than most human assistants

For some reason most people I speak to aren’t familiar with Whatsapp’s main productivity feature – the ability to take notes better than most human assistants. In India I had personal assist...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 1W ago

Some essential truths – and basic falsehoods

Have uploaded the associated pptx at http://bit.ly/2FA7HXQ – also linked on my page on critical thinking.   If you wish, share with your children so they can avoid all delusion.
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 2W ago

Recalibrating India’s liberal political strategy – my podcast on Whooshkaa today

I have been working on the liberal political project for India for almost 20 years now. During this period, some things have succeeded and some things have not. In this talk I discuss the le...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 2W ago

Instead of giving free water to the rich, how about eliminating poverty?

I was starting to write a new article and found this old one. I think I had sent it to some newspaper and upon not receiving any response, forgot about it. However, the content is relevant a...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 2W ago

I will not associate with Shashi Tharoor until he renounces Congress and apologises to the country

One of my friends met Shash Tharoor recently and discussed my work. Apparently Tharoor has read my work and holds it in some esteem but thinks that I am “a right man in the wrong place”. I d...
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 2W ago

A reputational platform: a market-based alternative to occupational licensing

Occupational licensing (OL) is one of the worst ways to deal with alleged problems of information asymmetry (essentially problems about trustworthiness including trustworthy delivery of a pr...