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I've had the opportunity to read this blog post on incomplete and intransitive preferences and would like to cite it in a informal presentation. However I cant seem to find the author.

The main site seems extremely old, though I find this essay extremely insightful for someone at my level any guidance for who the author is appreciated.

The site link: https://cruel.org/econthought/essays/get/intransitive.html

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    – Herr K.
    Aug 30 '20 at 18:16
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Based on the contact page my guess would be ​Gonçalo Fonseca, whose research focuses on the intersection of the history of economic thought and economic theory, or/and Leanne Ussher. You can probably drop them an email (there is an email contact).

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