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On Solitude

On Solitude

A communion with oneself…. A state of being alone within the confines of one’s self-consciousness….  A singular moment of intimate encounter with one’s soul….  A spontaneous course that takes one to the infinite terrain of her/his inner space…. In most instances we don’t purposefully get into it. There just seems to be some potent energy […]

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In the Fight Against Imperialism, Beware the Peddlers of Despair

In the Fight Against Imperialism, Beware the Peddlers of Despair

All around us – Afghanistan, Iraq, Haiti, the Congo, Ivory Coast, Palestine, Somalia, Libya, and elsewhere – empires are tearing a trail of destruction. This is not a sign of strength but of weakness, because the aim of empire is not to destroy but to conquer. Since conquest cannot be achieved without the collaboration of […]

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US Hegemonic Empire and Culture of Death: State Terrorism on a Global Scale

US Hegemonic Empire and Culture of Death: State Terrorism on a Global Scale

The grand design of the United States global hegemonic empire is founded on an ideological platform of white supremacist domination. “Hegemony,” both in our common understanding and in its specialized Gramscian utilization, is semantically as broad and all-encompassing as “globality,” and therefore “hegemony” is appropriated and assigned the same limitations and specificity. United States global […]

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Time Is Not Money, and Cash Doesn’t Talk

Time Is Not Money, and Cash Doesn’t Talk

By Dady Chery and Gilbert Mercier The expression “Time is money” was coined by Benjamin Franklin. It is a relatively new saying, among countless others, that represents the rot that started to eat at the core of our global social edifice during the industrial revolution. With the exchange of clock hours for money began the […]

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Homo Economicus: The Matrix of Capitalist Power

Homo Economicus: The Matrix of Capitalist Power

The figure of homo economicus, enacted within economics in formatation of postulate, moved into the economic powers’ monadological field from the second half of the 18th  Century, being communitarily assumed as capitalist rationality’s paradigmatic matritial imperative, invested of causality towards effects of what Foucault called biopower. Egoist, competitive, omniscient and projective, homo economicus aimed not […]

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