Monday assorted links

1. Interview with the NYU professor banned from UAE: “But once the decision was made and the university is up and running, the position of myself and others is that NYU has responsibilities there and one of the responsibilities is to try to generate solutions to the terrible situation that migrant workers labor under in that country. Otherwise, what are we doing there?”

2. Against trolleyism in philosophy.

3. The behavioral economics of how restaurants can try to trick you.

4. Pierre Boulez at age 90.  And the musicians on Boulez.

5. Lead prosecutor apologizes for sending man to death row.  And good vs. bad deflation.

6. Chris Rufer on corporate welfare and cronyism.


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