Some food for thought
“The important social traditions are not just arbitrary customs, which might or might not have survived into the modern world. They are forms of knowledge. They contain the residues of many trials and errors, as people attempt to adjust their conduct to the conduct of others. To put it in the language of game theory, they are the discovered solutions to problems of coordination, emerging over time. They exist because they provide necessary information, without which a society may not be able to reproduce itself. Destroy them heedlessly and you remove the guarantee offered by one generation to the next.”
— Roger Scruton
That's all for today, folks. Will see you tomorrow with another banger. Till then, take care and enjoy this beautiful Sunday evening. Happy reading!