Posts Tagged ‘Robert Burton’

THIS WORLD-CLASS DUST-UP IN ECONOMICS IS A CLASSIC ‘ABUNDANCE VERSUS SCARCITY’ CASE STUDY. NOT TO MENTION A SOBERING WINDOW ON BRAIN BIAS

Ask admirers of the dolphin strategy what they like about it best, and a lot of folks will say its views on abundance versus scarcity.
About how—or so many of these readers will describe it—this view of things characterizes dolphinthinkers as always championing abundance and sharkthinkers (carpthinkers, too) as always promoting scarcity.
I’d agree that this [...]