Freelance photographer Adam Ferguson was on assignment in New Delhi when a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the central region of Nepal. “The building started to shake, and I immediately looked at the news to see how the situation was developing,” he says. 231 more words
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The great intellectual historian J. G. A. Pocock summarizes one ambivalence in Adam Smith’s thought as follows:
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[I]n Adam Smith the principle of the division of labor and exchange of goods and services has been at work since the beginning of history; it has led, not merely to the satisfaction of more human needs, but to the development of new human capacities, wants, and aspirations, so that the personality has been progressively diversified and enriched….
Whatever your views on Afghanistan and NATO’s involvement this set of photographs and interview from Adam Ferguson on Lensculture.com are amazing.