Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
December 16, 2009
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Tyler Cowen on whether we should read great thinkers or their distillers. I agree, but: Kripke on Wittgenstein — MR

Wamu asks to probe Fed over collapse — Reuters

Wherein the WSJ describes interest-rate expectations as “an epic fail” — WSJ

“The Intersection of Christianity and Journalism” would seem to be the null set, judging by the number of posts here — Case in Point

Beware of AAA Road Service Scams — Weiss

Sicha guts Schudson — The Awl

It’s AT&T that’s the problem. Not the iPhone — Daring Fireball

Lehmann on Taibbi: Good stuff — The Awl

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Prof. Cowen as “Bride of Kripkenstein”

Posted by Uncle_Billy | Report as abusive

To be fair to Kripke, he did explicitly state that WRPL was not supposed to be taken as an exposition of Wittgenstein.

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