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false symmetry is an ongoing conversation about human misconceptions in the intellectual and academic treatment of broad aspects of humanity: rationality and consciousness, individual and group behavior as well as economic and social (and perhaps natural) scientific theory.

We also may delve into the philosophical, such as pontificating upon our navels, as well as more practical applications, such as policy issues.

Contributors have included Zachary Kurtz, Oliver Mayor, and Robert Simione.

3 Comments 

  1. Zachary Kurtz says:

    Does anybody else think that the abbreviation of “Messrs” for “Misters” is a bit unnecessary? It’s only 1 letter shorter.

  2. olimay says:

    I honestly think the titles are unnecessary. Eliminate before you optimize!

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