October 02, 2008
I'LL TAKE "FAMOUS DANISH PHILOSOPHERS" FOR $700 BILLION, ALEX: Roger Kimball on Kierkegaard, the “flight to safety,” and the future of capitalism.
I agree with this: "The current pandemonium on the Wall Streets of the world is not due to a failure of the free market. It is due to a failure to observe the rules of the free market." The government's role in this stuff reminds me not of Kierkegaard, but of Milton: "Chaos Umpire sits, And by decision more imbroils the fray. By which he Reigns."