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Karl Popper

The Case for Teaching Ignorance

This in the NYT — H/T to Troy Camplin In a paper from a few years ago I had a section in a chapter in Hayek and Behavioral Economics that…

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On Milton Friedman’s Criticism of Libertarian Intolerance

From the very excellent Eric Schliesser.

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How Artificial is Intelligence in AI? Arguments for a Non-discriminatory Turing test

Another paper by Jack Birner.

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Oakeshott on Civil Association

Here are some extracts from Noel’s essay, the penultimate chapter (also check out two new pieces by Noel found here). The distinctive achievement of Western political thought since the seventeenth…

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C. S. Peirce and F. A. Hayek on the Abstract Nature of Sensation and Cognition

Here are some extracts from Jim Wibble’s fascinating paper, the full version available here. When exploring ideas on philosophy of science and economic methodology, one of the most unusual articles that…

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The Morphology of Liberalism

Here’s a book review in The Economist looking at the morphology in meaning attached to (neo)liberalism. Here is the publisher’s blurb. But the line between Smith and Friedman is not…

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Philosophy will be the key that unlocks artificial intelligence

David Deutsch on AI In my view it is because, as an unknown sage once remarked, “it ain’t what we don’t know that causes trouble, it’s what we know that…

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