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Even an Ant Know's What Durkheim is Talking About

The differences in societies that have nical solidarity are quite prevalent as Emile Durkheim found out based on his research into social facts, more specifically one in particular, Division  of Labor.  406 more words

Education, Autonomy, The Division of Labor and Henry David Thoreau

If I Ruled the World…We wouldn’t give high school graduates free education from Community Colleges

Henry David Thoreau was born in 1817, which was the midst of the Industrial Revolution.

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Economy

Mothernism: An Interview by Melissa Potter For Gender Assignment

What a great way to ring in 2015 on Gender Assignment, with one of the great discoveries I made this year, Mothernism by Lise Haller Baggesen. 4,369 more words

Mothernism

The Beauty of Human Cooperation

The following is a Facebook status I made amended for clarity and cohesiveness. 

In light of the awful tragedy in France, I think it’s worth remembering the marvelous system that humans have developed that depends solely on human cooperation and working together, albeit sometimes unwittingly. 293 more words

Non-fiction Writings

"Art is dead! Long live art!" — Mikhail Lifshitz on Karl Marx's Philosophy of Art

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Excerpted from Evgeni Pavlov’s excellent review of Lifshitz’s letters to Lukács, published in Russian. Back when he was less busy translating Bogdanov and Lifshitz, Evgeni used to comment on this blog extensively: 1,984 more words

Writings

Adam Smith

Adam Smith (1723 – 1790), one of the greatest figures in the Scottish Enlightenment, is significant because he introduced economics as a separate field of study. 260 more words

School Essays