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Revisiting The Subverted Perspective: Normalization Parallax

"...the reality which they experience is never fully complete, not because a large part of it eludes them, but because the entire configuration contains a 'blind spot'."

"...the reality which they experience is never fully complete, not because a large part of it eludes them, but because the entire configuration contains a 'blind spot'."
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6 comments on “Revisiting The Subverted Perspective: Normalization Parallax

  1. Lots of moving parts here… Good call also made by others using simpler logic. Always admire Kocic for the intellectual veracity. Can learn a lot from watching the interrelationships and thanks H… for interpretations without which I could not hope to grasp all/any of the nuances..
    Wonder if Kocic can do this 3 out of 4 times ….

  2. If the Fed isn’t already reading his work, they surely should!

    • The FED knows everything, and uses words like “transitory” to prove it.

  3. Looking at Figure 31, my naive interpretation is that the fed either waited too long or figured it out too late to avoid a shock to the equity market.

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