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5 Responses to “Copernican Capitalism”

  1. Marshall Potter says:

    Love the point about factoring in human desire/behavior. This seems to be a big differentiator in terms of schools of economics (Chicago versus MIT). Seeing it happen, I am a big believer in how behaviorial finance must be factored in (the short-term irrationality of human behavior) to have an accurate understanding of how markets work.

  2. Bob Moffitt says:

    Thanks, Mike. I’m going to start asking, “What problems do you solve?” Bob

  3. Mike Metzger says:

    Bob: Looks like we solved a problem for you.

  4. John Chaffin says:

    “We’re largely irrational and behave as desiring beings. We are what we love and do what we love.” Wow, why is it that something so obvious is so ignored? Maybe it is that we desire to be viewed rational when we know that we are not. Is it rational to reject the lordship of the One who created me? Yet, I do it frequently.

  5. Dwight says:

    I just finished “To Save Everything Click Here” by Evgeny Morozov. The subtitle is something like “the dangers of technological solutionism” I’d be interested to see how that book interacts with your recent Copernican story arc.

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