Last year, the Italian activist-theorist Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi published a book that pitted poetry against global financial capital. Is this kind of ‘David and Goliath’ matching audacious and magnificently prophetic, or purely ridiculous, laughable? 1,063 more words
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Standard Oil is the poster child for the “monopolistic, anti-competitive” business practices that motivated the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 and our modern suspicion of free markets. 94 more words
TEAM has been searching and exploring the meaning of capitalism on the eyes and from the perspectives of Ethiopian young entrepreneurs and university students to understand and asses their views towards the development and effectiveness of our 2014 campaign to promote the morality of free market capitalism and liberate the minds of the victims of the leftist indoctrination in post socialist Ethiopia. 94 more words
Reading Revelation Responsibly: Uncivil Worship and Witness Following the Lamb Into New Creation. Eugene: Cascade Books, 2011.
Michael Gorman desires to take Revelation from the circles of the escapists and put it back into the church where it can guide Christians to “uncivil worship and witness” in this present world. 1,211 more words
There’s a common notion among free marketers that critics of capitalism simply don’t understand capitalism. If we but saw how markets, via competitive self-interest, align individuals’ interests with the broader interests of society, the scales would fall from our eyes and we’d understand that the… 680 more words