These recent questions from The One-Handed Economist fascinated me. No doubt this paragraph could be hacked at by someone looking at tedious nuances, but the basic idea stands as rather valid, I think. Consider:
Why is it that so many of those who are willing to accept that something so complex and diverse as the life on Earth came about as the result of an essentially random process cannot also accept that the modern economy can organize itself the same way? Why is the converse also often true? Neither position seems particularly consistent to me.
beauty madness of the politics of ideology and party rather than intellectual curiosity and principles.