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SSC Survey Data On Models Of Political Conflict

There were a lot of good comments on yesterday’s conflict vs. mistake post. Some were very appropriate challenges: for example, doesn’t public choice theory itself assume conflict between special interests? And didn’t Marxism start off with a dry incentive-based explanation … Continue reading

Bundles Of Joy

[Content warning: Discussion of child-rearing, may invoke mild feelings of social pressure to have children] On December’s survey, I asked readers who had children whether they were happy with that decision. Here are the results, from 1 (very unhappy) to … Continue reading

SSC Survey Results 2018

Thanks to the 8,077 people (!) who took this year’s SSC survey. I don’t have the energy to screenshot/copy/paste the graph for every single question the way I have in previous years, so let’s do it differently. The survey page … Continue reading

Preregistration Of Hypotheses For The SSC Survey

[This post is about the 2018 SSC Survey. If you’ve read at least one blog post here before, please take the survey if you haven’t already. Please don’t read on until you’ve taken it, since this could bias your results.] … Continue reading

Please Take The 2018 SSC Reader Survey

If you’re reading this and have previously read at least one Slate Star Codex post, please take the 2018 SSC Survey. This year’s survey is in three sections. If you’re strapped for time, just take Section 1. If you have … Continue reading

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SSC Survey 2017

If you’re reading this and have previously read at least one SSC post, please take the 2017 SSC survey. Warning: it’s pretty long. You can talk about it in the comments, but don’t read them until you’re done taking the … Continue reading

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