Monday, February 12, 2007

Tyler Cowen writes that
Blogging makes us more oriented toward an intellectual bottom line, more interested in the directly empirical, more tolerant of human differences, more analytical in the course of daily life, more interested in people who are interesting, and less patient with Continental philosophy.
I'd agree on all counts, based on my experience, except I was never very patient with Continental philosophy. I wonder how much of the effect comes just from reading lots of blogs.


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