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And all this time I thought ignorance was bliss.

False consciousness.

I believe it.

I got my acceptance letter from George Mason yesterday. This fall I'll be the guy with the big smile plastered on his face.

Plus, Austrian economists generally live to ripe old ages. I think we're happy and live long because we know we're right. ;)

Economics, the Gay Science.

But "students who identified themselves as political conservatives reported lower levels of satisfaction, on average".

Bertrand Russell was one of the most formidable and effective controversalists of the 20th century but he said the one person who he was terrified to debate was Maynard Keynes.

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