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My Response to Scott Sumner

(May 26, 2016 02:04 AM, by David Henderson) I'm still scratching my head at co-blogger Scott Sumner's recent post titled "You're not special." It seems like a combination of extreme subjectivism, denial of subjectivism, putting his thumb on the obvious, and argument from authority. Extreme Subjectivism Scott writes,... (0 COMMENTS)
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Confirmation bias?

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(August 27, 2015 11:12 AM, by Scott Sumner) I agree with David Henderson's new post, which starts off with this Bob Murphy quote on the recent stock market decline: As shocking as these developments [drops in stock prices and increa...

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