Monthly Archives: September 2012

It is only bad to mislead through selective quotation when N. Ferguson does it

A while back I pointed out how Brad Delong naively outsourced his reading of Terry Eagleton to Tyler Cowen. Turns out, Cowen is not a neutral reader, (un)willingly taking sentences out of context to reverse their meaning. A criticism of … Continue reading

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more complaining about the ideological tendencies of progressive blogosphere economics

Felix Salmon has a nice piece on economics, morality, and religion inspired by a Stiglitz Q&A session. It is interesting and worth reading. Nonetheless, given where he is writing from, and I am reading from, it is bound to irk … Continue reading

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