Tuesday, March 30, 2021

The sociopathic crisis — Ken Zimmerman

Extreme individuals results is sociopathy. Margaret Thatcher's ""There is no such thing as society" epitomizes it.

Real-World Economics Review Blog
The sociopathic crisis
Ken Zimmerman

See also

The Problem Isn’t Human Nature, The Problem Is A Few Manipulative Sociopaths
Caitlin Johnstone


Kaivey said...

Milton Friedman was a sociopath, and he even looked like one. It's sad how so much of the right loved him, especially when many traditional conservative values were not sociopathic: saving, working hard, studying, not living beyond your means, the importance of community, charity, being stewards of the countryside (conservation), and not wasting anything, ie, recycling, except these are liberal values too. I certainly hold them.

Peter Pan said...

Friedman was in favour of a negative income tax.

Ahmed Fares said...

A good explanation of how social justice warriors harm the very people they are trying to help.

"I'm on your side, but you're not" Milton Friedman against Equal Pay Laws