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March 18, 2010

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The Hedged Economist

You are right; philosophy requires a certain amount of rigor when approaching an idea. The study of philosophy can fit well in a technology-startup environment. More than likely there will be plenty of new ideas that have to be thought out.
But, I’ll bet philosophy majors are just like economics majors. In economics, some people learn ways to approach problems. Others just learn a stale body of previous thinking. If the philosophy major learned how to approach an idea, there should be a good fit.

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