Sunday, February 8, 2009

Catch up on your wonky "good for you" reading.

Once you get past  the poser title Our Epistemological Depression aint a bad read but I'd argue that pseudo-objectivity  attends essentially all economic activity.  Perceived value, buying and selling, its all essentially a form of risk management at the end of the day is it not?  The extent to which I'm willing or unwilling to buy something is a reflection of how I regard my future prospects just as it is with a seller setting prices.   The problem however is all the fancy and rigorous long term projections notwithstanding the last time I checked we still see through a glass darkly. Which we continually fool ourselves into forgetting.

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