Tag Archives: Wrong

Doing Justice to Ronald Dworkin’s Justice for Hedgehogs

If every hockey player dreams of one day winning the Stanley Cup, then every philosopher dreams of one day writing a big fat book that all future philosophers will read alongside the works of Plato and Aristotle. Ronald Dworkin comes … Continue reading

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On Black Swans and Related Matters

The first time I read anything by John Ralston Saul was at the behest of a 40-something Mexican-American school teacher I met in Argentina. Hernando, as we’ll call him, was one of the most well-read people that I met in … Continue reading

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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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