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TGGP can you do a post on what makes you tick? Your process of thinking, arguing, gaining knowledge etc. I know that this isn’t a static thing (procuring ideas and skills over a lifetime), but I’d find it interesting on how you approach new ideas, what you do with olds ones etc.
This was generic enough that I thought it might be a spam-bot before clicking the link. Readers should note that I look for certain spammy patterns and more stuff winds up in the spam-box than I have time to read thoroughly nowadays (yours was never flagged, fortunately). To be on the safe side, especially if it is your first comment here, try to distinguish your comment from spam perhaps by referencing something a spam-bot wouldn’t think to.
The other day in the comments to Tabarrok’s post “The Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer”, you mentioned that
Bryan Caplan has already pointed out that the cause seems to be nature rather than nurture: widows have VERY different outcomes from unwed mothers, no matter how early in the child’s development the father died.
Do you by any chance have a link to Caplan’s post or the study itself? A search of Caplan’s blog did not yield any useful results.