by Allen Ginsberg
Baron Wells Summer 11
from Camus’ Journal
Economists indeed deal with supply and demand, but essentially, we study and meditate on human relations, and, dare I say it, conditions. We just do it through fancy equations and pretty graphs.
As for literature, french films and continental philosophy, I blame them on “liberal” education.
ps you’re a very good writer.
in honor of Hume’s 300th Birthday… (A Treatise of Human Nature)
oh, I sort of like Blake, but I can’t deal with Wordsworth. I don’t really know much about British Romanticism actually. :)