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  • Private: Inequality as a drawback of commercial society (1 of 3)
    The Infidel and the Professor bookDennis C Rasmussen Page 172 None of this is to suggest that Smith’s embrace of commercial society was in anyway partial or halfhearted. On the contrary, he joined Hume in regarding commercial society as unequivocally preferable to the alternatives. More primitive ways of life struck him too as wholly disagreeable. … Continue reading "Private: Inequality as a drawback of commercial society (1 of 3)"
  • Private: A spectrum of reasons for failure
    Think Again bookThe Power of Knowing What You Don’t KnowAdam Grant Page 220