June 27, 2022

Making Higher Education More Affordable Requires A Closer Examination Of Its Financing (Carl Raschke)

The scramble is now on between the proliferating number of  candidates for the Democratic Presidential nomination to offer voters the most attractive plan for dealing with the student debt crisis, which threatens to sabotage the American, if not the global, economy in much the same way as the home lending bubble a decade and a […]

The Value Of Nature – A Critical Account Of Anthropocentrism In Politics, Part 2 (Anne Fremaux)

The following is part two of a three-part article. Part one can be found by clicking here.    The alienation from nature and the loss of freedom This debate may sound abstract but actually is not when placed in the context of the opposition between nature and artefact. For instance, Jeremy Rifkin cites the estimation […]