Monthly Archives: February 2010

Thoughts On Paul Samuelson’s Economics Text

If you were to attend an Ivy League university and take economics, they’d hand you Paul Samuelson’s economics textbook.  Considering they’re using it, I figured I should read it and see things from their perspective. Well, I’m very disappointed in … Continue reading

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Reflections On Love – Part III

The past week or so I’ve been writing a lot about love.  The first was a sort of philosophical inquiry about love, touching on various topics.  Next I tried to make another post about love, dealing with practical issues, but … Continue reading

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Reflections On Love – Part II

The other day I wrote a little bit about love, but looking it over I seem to have fallen into the same trap I often do — speaking too generally, and not giving enough specifics.  Instead of reflecting about love … Continue reading

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Reflections On Love

The other day I wrote about some of my more recent thoughts on love, but today I’d like to lay out a basic outline as to what I think “love” is, and the different forms of it. Even as recent … Continue reading

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I Want To Be F.A. Hayek’s Emcee

I’d like to be a backup dancer in this video, dancing behind Friedrich Hayek when he’s rapping, yelling, “Yeah yeah yeah” while waving my hands in the air.

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