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Introduction to Casual Realism
Thank you for visiting and welcome.
To introduce myself: I am an economics student at the London School of Economics with an almost unlimited appetite for understanding in a limited set of domains. The incessant learning and thinking that this results in yield interesting and valuable insights which I lay out in my articles, so that as many people as possible can enjoy their fruits.
In my articles, I aim to view the world from a scientific perspective. I write about topics ranging from politics and the economy to life’s big questions and choices. So far my interests have been concentrated in the domains of economics (especially from an Austrian School perspective), politics, evolutionary psychology, consumer behaviour, architecture and art.
It is my aim to keep my articles concise and easy to understand. Where a point can be proven in multiple ways, I will choose for rigour and conciseness. That is, more evidence could perhaps be provided for my theses, but this will only be done when necessary.
If you find my posts valuable, the best things you could give in return are your comments, which will allow me to sharpen my thoughts. With your feedback, I can produce better works. I hope you will enjoy them.
George (/Gijs) Kerpestein