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    Re: Is this an example of censorship?

    Quote Originally Posted by Groucho View Post
    Well, it all depends on how you define the word, of course. I tend to think of censorship as something a government does. I tend to think of it as a final straw in a sense.
    In the broadest sense, censorship is not limited to certain entities. That includes synonyms like editing, and the like. Editing is a SYNONYM - it doesn't necessarily make the editing not censorship.
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    Re: Is this an example of censorship?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rassales View Post
    I've got lots of ties to autism and know more than the average bear about ASD, but the "post-autistic" thing just baffles me. It's either so deep I'm a drowning intellectual pigmy--or it's just silly and it belongs in a humor forum.
    You've got it backwards. The Post-Autistic Economics Network is our common enemy. I was defending the rights of autistic people to get published when my post was moved to the humor forum.

    I have never been formally diagnosed with autism, but I am accused of it all the time because I wrote a book with the word "axiomatic" in the title. Also, I took a class in Non-Euclidean Geometry when I was in graduate school, in spite of having been told that this would preclude my ever publishing in an economics journal.

    Here is another example of my being banned for mentioning the axiomatic method.

    And here is [ame=http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=197876]yet another example[/ame] of my being banned for mentioning the axiomatic method.

    No economics journal has ever assigned a paper I've written to a referee or even responded, so I have no direct evidence of censorship, though I think it is uncommon to not even get a rejection letter.
    Is the following quote reckless in the extreme? Then read my 2008 paper about monetary theory:
    http://www.axiomaticeconomics.com/in...e_collapse.php
    Quote Originally Posted by JP Hochbaum View Post
    No tax raises needed, just have the federal government spend the money into existence.

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    Re: Is this an example of censorship?

    Gulp, no! They are gods here.

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    Re: Is this an example of censorship?

    Gee whiz and I thought I had no life.

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