Worse, these can be actively dangerous and even fatal.
S. Nightingale

If you stand to gain or suffer as a result of the positions you adopt — then I suppose you do have “skin in the game”. That would apply for example if a leader we support ends up doing things that harm us.

Personally, I can see how Taleb’s concept would apply to micro-economics, but I think it’s dangerous to widen it out to ethical questions. As Pierre states in chapter XI — it’s actually quite easy to understand when something is bad for another person.

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