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Across the world, the free market is being overtaken by state capitalism, a system in which the state is the leading economic actor. How should the United States respond?
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Polanyi’s core thesis is that there is no such thing as a free market;
It is that all of the key inputs into the economy—land, labor, and money—are only created and sustained through continuous government action. The employment system, the arrangements for buying and selling real estate, and the supplies of money and credit are organized and maintained through the exercise of government’s rules, regulations, and powers.
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On Craftsmanship: The only surviving recording of Virginia Woolf's voice
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You must have some trust if you want to get anything done, but you cannot allow yourself to be complacent. Thomas Jefferson said, "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." It is the price of security as well.
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Historically, the idea of a concept script derives from the Leibnizian project of developing a so-called "universal characteristic" (characteristica universalis): A universal symbolic system in which every complex concept is completely defined based on a set of primitive concepts and logical rules of inference and definition, and which thus enables us to make the conceptual structure of our universe explicit. Such a symbolic system would also contain a logical calculus (calculus ratiocinator) consisting of purely syntactic inference rules based on the types of symbols used within the formal language. However, according to the Leibnizian conception, logic itself is not merely a calculus but expressible in an ideal language, that is, in the universal characteristic. Frege certainly adopted this view of logic from Leibniz; his main source of his understanding of Leibniz's conception very likely was again Trendelenburg's essay (Sluga 1980, ch. 2.4). However, 20th and 21st century mainstream analytic philosophy has somewhat misleadingly characterized Frege as regarding logic itself as a universal language rather than a calculus (for example, van Heijenoort, 1967).

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But the point is that words can have strong influence in shaping mental models, and then policies and behaviors. A non-software-expert with policy power (e.g., a CEO, a VP of HR or Finance, an accountant, a lawyer, ...) hears the word "architecture", and makes naive assumptions that impact policy, process, interactions, career paths, and much more. Itʼs not just a metaphor after that.

You see, a word such as "architecture" is not just a metaphor in its impact; it has concrete influence on policy and people. To pick up the accounting opex/capex story again, it turns out that accountants in the USA have looked at the "phases" and activities of software development through their naive view, to answer their question of activity- based accounting. These accountants learned (read, heard) that there is an "architecture phase" done by "architects", followed by a "construction phase" called "programming." Just like a concrete building, they have reasoned by analogy inspired by the words they are hearing (since they donʼt really know whatʼs going on), that the creative design step is the "architecting" done by the "architects" (and itʼs opex), and the "programming phase" is a non-creative manufacturing activity like making doughnuts on an assembly line, from the "architectural software blueprint." And itʼs capex.
Of course, this is utter nonsense. Any really experienced software developer knows that.
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Tennov differentiates between limerence and other emotions by asserting that love involves concern for the other person's welfare and feeling. While limerence does not require it, those concerns may certainly be incorporated. Affection and fondness exist only as a disposition towards another person, irrespective of whether those feelings are reciprocated, whereas limerence deeply desires return, but it remains unaltered whether it is returned or not.

Limerence is sometimes also interpreted as infatuation, or what is colloquially known as a "crush"; however, in common speech, infatuation includes aspects of immaturity and extrapolation from insufficient information and is usually short-lived.

Limerence develops and is sustained when there is a certain balance of hope and uncertainty.

In most cases, what destroys limerence is a suitably long period of time sans reciprocation.

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"Even the strongest Agile advocates weigh in against TDD as the foundation of architecture."

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First C++... now Java? I'm starting to wonder if this is just "good languages making a comeback" after a ton of experimentation, or the more likely explanation: the Google diaspora are now starting to have an impact on language choices (including Python) elsewhere.
Hello World Open is an international coding competition where teams develop an AI for a race car in various programming languages. 2345 teams have already signed up to Hello World Open. What do the...
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Student  ,System programmer , Unix like developer .
I'm currently writing  device driver on Linux . I love compilers , filesystems , object files , memory management on OS and all stuffs related to them.
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    BS in Software Engineering, 2008 - 2012
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    System progrmmer, 2012 - 2013
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