Daily Archive: 17 Nov 2013

Nov 17

Stagnation is Still All Income Inequality

Paul Krugman has written quite a laudatory article about a recent talk given by Larry Summers. I think part of this is just an attempt for Krugman to make nice after being fairly critical of Summers as a possible Federal Reserve chair. But there is no denying that what Summers has to say is interesting. …

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Nov 17

Where’s My Third Lost Skeleton Film?!

My friend, can your heart stand the shocking facts of another “Lost Skeleton” film? Well, even if it can’t, I don’t know if it matters. I’ll discuss it in a moment. But first, you may ask, “What does he mean by this ‘Lost Skeleton’ film of which he speaks?” It is a natural question that …

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Nov 17

John Rawls and Disingenuousness

I’m in the process of reading John Rawls’ Justice as Fairness. It is not easy reading. But still, I’m sure you’ll hear me talking more and more about Rawls as time goes on. That’s the way I am. Reading this book got me thinking of another of his books, Political Liberalism where he tries to …

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Nov 17

Lightfoot, Scorsese, and Others

On this day in 1503, the great Italian Mannerist painter Bronzino was born. I love his work, but I’m especially taken with his name. Because “Bronzino” was not his last name. His actual name was Agnolo di Cosimo. He apparently went by Bronzino because of his dark skin. It’s like if John Boehner were a …

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