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19th and 20th Century Shifts in bourgeoisie

Lots of people think they need a revolution or violence to change things. We may not forget the urban workers, who moved by their misery and by the powerful social myths engendered by the Great Revolution, remained unreconciled. For a … Continue reading

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Crises of Real, Imaginary, and Symbolic Money

Joseph T. Rebello, from the Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Department of Economics, Stern Hall, Geneva, NY, wrote in his paper of May 2013, that he wanted to off er a new approach to the the compatibility of Marxian economics and non-commodity forms … Continue reading

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Re-Creating Community

Intro Brian Gibson, a graduate from Fanshawe College London ON with a BAA in Integrated Land Planning Technology, does not give the readers of his blog ZoneOfsilence the opportunity to reply on his articles, though he says always to be … Continue reading

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Economics and Degradation

Paul Anderson writes: “Aristotle asked how we as political animals could create and design institutions which assure survival with ‘some measure of the good life in it’. Although the scope of Aristotle’s question was that of the city, the question … Continue reading

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