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Not under 800 words I fear...
on Thu, Apr 28 2011 1:23 PM
... but chapters 3 and to some extent 4 of The Market (the book I posted a link to before) give one of the best answers I've encountered myself. It's a good introduction, at least. If you want to get deep into it though, there's a lot of stuff out there. I'd start with Aristotle (or critiques of him). No matter how hard mikachusetts or anyone else laughs, reality does not change. It is silly to suggest that only one way is the "right" way, and arrogant to dismiss thousands of years of philosophy. The obsession with singularism must go if you want to understand other positions. There's more than one way of looking at things, and several options can be equally valid.
on Wed, Apr 20 2011 10:53 AM
"You have no understanding or knowledge of risk." z1235 to UGA economist George Selgin.
on Fri, Nov 5 2010 11:26 PM
Thanks Z ! Adam