Tag Archives: Bertrand Russell

On Capitalism and the Machine

By Megan Sherman Source: Global Research In 1935, reflecting on the creed of productivity which prevailed in modern technological societies, Bertrand Russell, philosopher, pacifist and devout humanist wrote that: “I think that there is far too much work done in the world, … Continue reading

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A New Concept of Consciousness

By Ervin Laszlo Source: Reality Sandwich The following is excerpted from The Intelligence of the Cosmos by Ervin Laszlo, published by Inner Traditions. What about mind? If the world is vibration, is also mind and consciousness a form of vibration? … Continue reading

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Breaking Out of the Invisible Prison: The Ten-Point Global Paradigm Revolution

By Prof. John McMurtry Source: GlobalResearch.ca As we enter 2015, the global corporate system deepens and spreads in its eco-genocidal effects. But the dots are not joined in their common cause across domains. Money-value coordinates like gross domestic product (GDP), … Continue reading

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