Another world is possible

Soccer, should get politicians thinking


Creation begins with chaos and ends in perfection Sarah Emily Miano

Coming Home

August 25th — actually just trying to cope with the hassle and bussle of leaving home, moving to another site. Anyway, coming home at about 7 in the morning, I cannot walk into the street where I still live, police stropping me and saying I have to enter from the other side — he briefly … Continua a leggere

Migration – They do it their way

From an article on telesur, published August 20th The U.K. is also adopting laws to make it less attractive for migrants to come and work in the country. New immigration policies will allow the government to seize wages and deport illegal immigrants without appeal. “Border Force officers, operating on the ground, provide migrants with a … Continua a leggere

New Princedoms II

— or: Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics That Will Be Able to Present Itself as a Science Of course, now I could state: what I wrote earlier on the New Princedoms had been just a prolegomena, and I could even be much bolder, claiming what follows is not less than a new “Prolegomena to Any Future … Continua a leggere

New Princedoms

I know that several people are afraid of drawing long and occasionally somewhat contorted lines, preferring more technical approaches as those suggested in modern text books. But I am a bit afraid that this only defers matters and the history books in 50, 100, 200, 500 years, opening the view on the wider perspectives, will … Continua a leggere

Intelligence intellectuals and other people

I was rather interested in my fellow-prisoners, who seemed to me in no way morally inferior to the rest of the population, though they were on the whole slightly below the usual level of intelligence , as was shown by the their having been caught. (Russels: Autobiography: 256) I had supposed that intellectuals frequently loved … Continua a leggere

History and Rights, and Justice

The nature of injustice is that we might not always see it in our own times,” Kennedy wrote in Friday’s opinion. “The generations that wrote and ratified the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment did not presume to know the extent of freedom in all of its dimensions, and so they entrusted to future … Continua a leggere


Sure, it is a topic, popping up again and again — and we are facing with variations only. Some more here: ****** The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom. Isaac Asimov ****** As a matter of fact student riots of one sort or another, protests against … Continua a leggere

On change — and stability

i had been told the following: Happy to have a daughter ….- you get a son in law – with it a house; so different to the olden times where you had been so happy to have a son, and with it a breadwinner…. Wondering myself if this fundamental change or change of labels… – … Continua a leggere