From Despair to Where?

A longstanding debate in various branches of philosophy, and philosophy-adjacent subjects (like social psychology and sociology), aim to establish whether society is an expression of our consciousness, the concretisation of a rational structure ascertainable to those who look (when you look at the world rationally, the world looks rational – to paraphrase Hegel), or whether…

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“What is going to happen here?”

Berlin, Barcelona, Lisbon and of course, Dublin. What do all the aforementioned European cities have in common? They are severely hit by housing crisis. Thousands of people do have a place to live, while many live in poverty, in cities that are supposed to be great examples of economic miracles. However, in such cities, even…

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The distraction of blame

The Yellow Jacket movement in France was a failure; the metoo movement was a failure, the water protests in Ireland was a failure. You might be thinking that these statements are not true: the Yellow Jacket movement achieved its goal of rolling back the tax increases, same with the water protests in Ireland, and that…

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Anarchism is female-gendered

“It is true that equality of the sexes is impossible under capitalism. If all women work as much as men, what will happen to those institutions on which capitalism depends, such institutions as churches, marriage, armies, and the millions of factories, shops, stores, etc.. which are dependent on piece work, part-time work. and cheap labor?”…

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