Arnold Kling is blogging again

The blog is here, the subtitle is “taking the most charitable view of those who disagree.”  Arnold is a favorite of mine, along a variety of dimensions I might add.

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file this under "a small step toward a much better world."

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Henderson always struck me as more charitable than Kling (even if the former is a more dogmatic libertarian), who often seems kind of angry & bitter. He says his new book will be different.

I wouldn't say he is more charitable, just more cheerfully voiced.

Similar to when my wife wondered why a relative was depressed, I wondered why they shouldn't be depressed? Why shouldn't Arnold be angry and bitter?

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nassim doesnt think much of tyler's cowen's opinion of his book
http://www.fooledbyrandomness.com/cowen.pdf

So that's why NNT is concerned about "anti-fragility".

See, now between Cowen and Taleb I actually learn something because they don't (always) engage in (c).

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"I wonder whether Cowen read my book with any care."

This made me laugh, for reasons that should be obvious to MR readers.

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Thank God.

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The Reasonableness of a Classical Liberal. Subscribe.

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