The economy as a traffic system, not a market. Brilliant!
Someone paid to be a public intellectual criticizes generic public intellectualism by constructing an easy-to-burn strawman.
Is the idea that life can be treated as a narrative dangerous? Maybe, but I didn’t see an argument in this essay by Galen Stawson.
And here comes a pretty seriously misguided essay “against sustainability.”
Astronomer Arthur Eddington probably didn’t fudge data in order to support Einstein’s theory, contra to what alleged by a pair of sociologists of science.
Misunderstanding Ockham: “The value of keeping assumptions to a minimum is cognitive, not ontological.”
Categories: Plato's Suggestions