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Valery comes to my mind, a librarian I really admired for her excellent work – she fearlessly faced the flood of
highly downloaded and cited articles
and still found the really interesting ones, barely known, this not (often) cited, but allowing true excitement when reading and thinking further ….
We never find the entire truth … but part of it is written at least in the preface
As Levitt sees it, economics is a science with excellent tools for gaining answers but a serious shortage of interesting questions.
Not sure if the book is as exiting as it is promised in the prefaced “Explanatory Note” – but I am sure that I like to ask questions, and apply then the tools, instead to doing the thing the other way round.
Looking at academia I am wondering if denying the right to ask questions, forcing us to go the other way around, may be about denying a fundamental right ?