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Crump’s How To Reason explains logic, scientific method, statistics, game theory, psychology, jurisprudence, econ, accounting, and more

This book is a kind of  “thinker’s toolkit.” It’s a guide to clear reasoning. The sources range from Plato to Pareto, from Kant to Clausewitz, from Rawls to Rousseau, from Freud to Friedman, and from Adam and Eve to Adam Smith. In these pages, you will be amused by the fallacy [...]


Wilensky’s classic Organizational Intelligence takes on failure in intelligence and informational decision-making

This prize-winning, foundational book — now in an ebook edition and new paperback, featuring a 2015 Foreword by Neil Smelser — focuses on the structural and ideological roots of intelligence failures (both informational and analytical) found in government, industry, and other institutions. It provides groundbreaking theory and structure to the analysis of decision-making processes and [...]


Harvard Law Review, March 2015, on creating around copyright, property as the new privacy, value of illegal immigrants, more

The Harvard Law Review, March 2015, is offered in a digital edition. Contents include:
• Article, “Creating Around Copyright,” Joseph P. Fishman
• Book Review, “Growing Up Outside the Law,” Stephen Lee
• Book Review, “Property Is the New Privacy: The Coming Constitutional Revolution,” Suzanna Sherry
• Note, “Working Together for an Independent Expenditure: Candidate Assistance with Super PAC [...]


Galanter’s much-cited Why the Haves Come Out Ahead is now a book, adding new commentary

This is the fortieth anniversary edition of a classic of law and society, updated with extensive new commentary. Drawing a distinction between experienced “repeat players” and inexperienced “one shotters” in the U.S. judicial system, Marc Galanter establishes a recognized and applied model of how the structure of the legal system and an actor’s frequency of [...]

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