Monthly Archives: December 2017

Disjointed responses

Neoreaction: A Basilisk – Philip Sandifer What follows is not so much a review as a series of disjointed responses. It’s not going to do much good under the book on Amazon. It is personal. There is some stuff to … Continue reading

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The Expertise Squeeze?

2016 was the year of surprises. One of those surprises was Brexit. It was a surprise for David Cameron. It turns out that if you spin the referendum roulette wheel often enough, your luck will run out. Based on their … Continue reading

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