That Which is Not Seen

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Bastiat and Hazlitt have such good arguments for the long term and the not seen, that we may make the mistake of denigrating the short term and the seen.

The true caution, however, is that neither — short or long, seen or unseen — should be viewed as independent of the other.

The true caution is to weigh all matters fully, taking complexities into appropriate consideration.

— Kilgore Forelle


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