Should We Abolish Work?

The following article is reprinted here with permission of the editor of a collection of essays titled Abolish Work – An Exposition of Philosophical Ergophobia (Nick Ford is the Editor … John Danaher is the author of the post) I seem to work a lot. At least, I think I work a lot. Like many in the modern world, I…

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Of Horseshoe Crabs and Empathy

A must-read by Charles Eisenstein: “That estuary used to be full of kelp and eels when we were kids,” said Stella. “It was full of all kinds of wildlife. Crabs, clams, horseshoe crabs – there was a mussel bed right over there – one time I was swimming in that pond and came face to face with an eel.” Stella…

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