Monthly Archives: August 2010

Book Review: Wrong by David H. Freedman

By coincidence I was reading a book this week called Wrong by David H. Freedman. It’s an enchanting tale about the many ways that the media experts, pundits, public academics and various gurus (management, investing, etc…) manage to fuck up so spectacularly, so often. Continue reading

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Book Review: How Pleasure Works by Paul Bloom

his book is an early step on the march toward an understanding of human well-being that is not defined exclusively in psychological terms, but which is nevertheless heavily informed by the factual contingencies of our evolutionary, biological past. Continue reading

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