Perceptive, but not really.
Dr. Gustav Fechner (1801-1887).
He was a scientist and precursor to experimental psychology who had a difficult time settling an internal conflict between his psychophysical research and his conflicting viewpoints.
To alleviate this strife, he published a series of scathing articles under the pen name “Dr. Mises.”
It felt appropriate, for slightly different reasons. Thanks for asking!