Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Humble Use of Knowledge

While there are many truths we can agree upon, we also have a barrier to our specific predictive ability and timing. Continue reading

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Maxims for the Conduct of a Young (Person)

Thomas Jefferson lists his suggestions to young persons. Continue reading

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Praxeology- Money

The next installment of Praxeology. Continue reading

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It’s a Jetsons World- Private Miracles and Public Crimes

There are few writers who capture the magic of everyday life like Jeffrey Tucker.  He really captures the joy of living in the greatest time in human history. I have attached a reading of the first chapter of the book. … Continue reading

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Praxeology- Exchange and the Division of Labor

I do enjoy this series.  Can you believe we have fourteen lessons so far?  Way to go Praxgirl!  http://www.youtube.com/praxgirl Our next lesson, Money https://hessenflow.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/praxeology-money/

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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

In 2011, the winter solstice is December 22nd at 5:30 am UTC (11:30 pm in Chicago). The winter solstice marks the day with the least daylight hours in the northern hemisphere or, as poet Robert Frost writes, “(t)he darkest evening of the year”. Continue reading

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Brilliant Analysis, Mrs. Rand

“One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws.” Continue reading

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