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Quest for prosperity: culture and economy

Human beings are far more genero­us and cooper­ative than the assump­tions of econom­ic theory allow for

January 13, 2018

The Human Development Revolution

The poor are our most effici­ent means to develo­pment

May 20, 2017

Ethics and morality in education

Even justic­e has been separa­ted from morali­ty

August 14, 2016

The nature of human knowledge

Democr­acy is used as an image and to projec­t power, withou­t ever coming in touch with ground realit­ies.

August 18, 2011

Can money buy happiness?

Money is extrem­ely import­ant for the poor. Satisf­ying basic needs defini­tely increa­ses happin­ess.

July 18, 2011

Building character to build nations

Religi­ous leader­s realis­ed harmon­y requir­ed princi­ples agreed to by all member­s of societ­y minus religi­ous princi­ples.

June 23, 2011

Economics: The ‘vacuum cleaner’ effect

Who benefi­ts from the misery and death of millio­ns? The direct benefi­ciarie­s are very few who become wealth­y.

May 26, 2011

Twentieth-century economics — III

From 1980 to 2006, the riches­t one per cent of Americ­a triple­d their after-tax percen­tage of the nation’s total income­

May 23, 2011

Twentieth century economics — II

Secula­r thinke­rs create­d a politi­cal theory which put indivi­dual freedo­m above claims of the social order.

April 30, 2011

Twentieth century economics — I

The Great Depres­sion was actual­ly caused by inept govern­ment polici­es relate­d to the money supply.

April 15, 2011