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The intellectual thread that runs through this series of essays, and the likely source of the controversy that surrounds Sunstein’s work, is a kind of moral monism at the core of his thought.
Government regulators should take their cues from the statistics-obsessed sports geeks of Moneyball and use data and empirical evidence to evaluate rules, instead of relying heavily on intuition, anecdotes, dogmas, and impressions.
Michael Ignatieff discusses Cass Sunstein's On Rumors: How Falsehoods Spread, Why We Believe Them, What Can Be Done.