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Knowledge, Reality, and Value Book Club Schedule Update

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Capla-Con, my annual festival of nerdity, is in Austin this year, June 12-13, and I’m humbled by how many friends are making the trek.  By the power of Steve Kuhn, we’ll be gathering at Dreamland, noon-midnight both days.  All EconLog readers welcome! As a result, I’m tweaking the Book Club schedule for Huemer’s Knowledge, Reality, and Value.  New plan: June 7 – My reply to readers on Part 1 June 8 – My commentary on Part 2 Later that Week – Huemer replies on Part 2 June 16 – My reply to readers on Part 2 June 21 – My commentary on Part 3 Later that Week – Huemer’s and my replies on Part 3 June 28 – My commentary on Part 4 Later that Week – Huemer’s and my replies on Part 4

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Capla-Con, my annual festival of nerdity, is in Austin this year, June 12-13, and I’m humbled by how many friends are making the trek.  By the power of Steve Kuhn, we’ll be gathering at Dreamland, noon-midnight both days.  All EconLog readers welcome!

As a result, I’m tweaking the Book Club schedule for Huemer’s Knowledge, Reality, and Value.  New plan:

June 7 – My reply to readers on Part 1

June 8 – My commentary on Part 2

Later that Week – Huemer replies on Part 2

June 16 – My reply to readers on Part 2

June 21 – My commentary on Part 3

Later that Week – Huemer’s and my replies on Part 3

June 28 – My commentary on Part 4

Later that Week – Huemer’s and my replies on Part 4

Bryan Caplan
Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University and Senior Scholar at the Mercatus Center. He has published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the American Economic Review, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Law and Economics, and Intelligence, and has appeared on 20/20, FoxNews, and C-SPAN. Bryan Caplan blogs on EconLog.

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