The other day I read the introduction to Richard Sennett’s, Flesh and Stone: The Body and the City in Western Civilization. What an incredible piece — perfect example of why I love introductory essays. 845 more words
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Since every phenomenon has different impact on different environments, but is also affected by the surrounding environment, it results quite obvious that the Maker Movement uprising and development in Italy (dominated by SME’s with artisanal characteristics), doesn’t necessarily follow the same path it followed in the United States (which industry is dominated primarily by large corporations). 1,922 more words
Is Economics a science?
Nobel prizes in economics are Not convincing.
As subjective as Literature and Peace. Think of Obama, Menahim Began, Sadat, Shimon Perez… 1,426 more words
Continuing with the next couple of pages of chapter 3, of Shaun Best’s “A beginner’s guide to social theory”.
Community is one form of social relationships within boundaries, people decide who does and does not fall within those boundaries. 233 more words