Monthly Archives: September 2011

Confessions Of A Trader – Uncomfortable Knowledge At It’s Paroxism: Is It Good, Is It Bad, I Don’t Know

Reflextions on an incredible declaration of a trader on the BBC. Financial trader Alessio Rastani raised eyebrows after making extraordinarily candid remarks about his feelings on the financial crisis. But are his views commonly held? Continue reading

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Does Corporate Money concentration rules

Does Corporate Money concentration rules the World Blog on @psave http://ow.ly/6zi6c Thanks @tobilytle Science Research http://ow.ly/6zijU

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“Monoculture” by F.S. Michaels should revive the “Missing Persons” at last.

Flora Stormer Michaels provokes our thinking in her 2011 book: “Monoculture: How One Story Is Changing Everything”. I believe this book has to be read by all people who want to become more aware of how microcosmic thinking has brought about the intractable problems of our time. it joins the book by Mary Douglas and Steven Ney in their 1998 book: “Missing Persons: A Critique of Personhood in the Social Sciences” – another precious jewel, another splendid gift, yet other uncomfortable knowledge. Continue reading

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