Topic Stamps: 1) Intro. 2) The line being drawn. 3) Information is overrated; Knowledge is underrated: 4) Truthful or Useful?: 5) Novelty vs Repetition: ...
Topic Stamps: 1) The relevance / intro 2) The fundamental aspects: 3) Specialized Economy: The Fallible Superpower? 4) Linking growth & specialisation 5) Truth & specialisation ...
Topic Stamps: 1) Intro/Presenting the problem. 2) It's Changeable. 3) Different Mediums. 4) Limits to our approach? 5) Bird's eye view/conclusion.
Topic Stamps: 1) Technologies: Definition & emergence. 2) Philosophical tangent. 3) 'Progress' 4) Reconstructing the question. 5) Meta-lesson/Conclusion.
Topic Stamps; 1) A new way of thinking? 2) Example: The meaning of life. 3) Where the importance lies: 4) Applied to planning ? 5) Conclusion/Meta-lesson:
Topic Stamps; 1) Introduction 2) Building a model from scratch. 3) #1: Short-term vs long-term. 4) #2: Brushing away the Introspective problems. 5) #3: Think realistically, not symbolically.
Economics as a cycle:Economics strikes me sometimes as a somehow misrepresented field, in the sense that sometimes it’s presented as a mere “description” of the acts of an economizing man, if you like
Science as a source of knowledge, and as a practical application of that knowledge, in general, has endowed us with all sorts of improvements in the qualities of life, and a better understanding of th
The purpose of Morality:You would think that we are just stating the trivially obvious here, but I think stating “the obvious” is always one of the best ways to understand a topic because “the obvious