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Auden on Civilization: “The Degree of Diversity Attained and the Degree of Unity Retained”

W.H. Auden once proposed that the extent of civilization could be judged by a dual standard: both “the the degree of diversity attained and the degree of unity retained.” I don’t fully agree, but at least to me, the idea captures something important.

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Labor Economics | LLMs: All Humans are Intelligent. For What?

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UK Inflation Falls Sharply to 6.8%: Key Insights and Implications

Inflation in the UK has witnessed a notable drop, declining to 6.8% in the year ending July, down from 7.9% in June.

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Looming Energy Crisis: Uncertain Future for Europe's Energy Stability

European natural gas prices soared almost 40 percent on the risk of a global liquefied natural gas shortage.

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Shifting Tides: Mobility Trends in America

One of the ways that the labor and housing markets are supposed to work involves geographic mobility.

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Economic Misrepresentations and Their Impact on Spain: A Critical Analysis

In the current political climate, the art of presenting a rosy economic picture is prevalent, but a closer examination reveals a contrasting reality.

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The US Infant Formula Shortage of 2022: Looking Back

The United States had a severe shortage of infant formula in 2022.

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