FM: In your postface of the book “Financial Possibilities for Our Grandchildren” by John Maynard Keynes, you have written that in 1925, Keynes did not predict the hecatombs prepared by the religion of ethics. Which are these hecatombs? Christos Marsellos: As religion of ethics, Keynes describes communism, and I am referring, of course, to the millions… Continue reading Different Teaching Philosophies
Daisy is a gifted child. However, she mingled with the wrong kids who were into stealing and because she wasn’t very good at it, she was caught. As expected, her parents were angry. After the entire saga, they encouraged her to move on and do better things in life. Verbally, they forgave her. Several years… Continue reading Forgiving Others – What Is True Forgiveness?
Functionalism, in social sciences, principle depending on the premise that all elements of a society – institutions, norms, roles, etc. – provide a purpose and that all are actually essential for the long term survival of the society. The strategy acquired visibility in the works of 19th century sociologists, especially those that looked at societies… Continue reading Functionalism In Social Science
The symbolic interaction viewpoint, also known as symbolic interactionism, is actually a significant framework of sociological principle. This particular perspective depends on the symbolic significance that individuals create as well as rely upon in the method of social interaction. Though symbolic interactionism traces the origins of its to Max Weber’s assertion that people act according… Continue reading Symbolic Interactionism in Sociology
Futurology, also, tries to understand and evaluate possible future events. Like Seldon’s psychohistory, science is incorporated by it, founders a little when it is about details and is actually vulnerable to random occasions. Unlike psychohistory, futurology relies just as much on instinct and art as science. As any person who is been to the track,… Continue reading The Origins and Nature of Futurology
In all through those years since the late 1960’s the United States has evolved into a nation that ceased to learn from the lessons of the past as to what made America such a the great nation. This was the noble experiment democracy; a republic under God, one nation indivisible that our founding fathers entrusted… Continue reading The Torch Has Been Passed
“suppose that we are happy” Albert Camus – 1942 Negri and Hardt, quite successfully, have identified four types of people created by the neo-liberal economic crisis. The first type is the Indebted. It is the man who has a lot of debt and is controlled by his/her debts. In USA the indebted as a human… Continue reading Human Type of Crisis 1: The Indebted
Christos Marsellos has studied philosophy in Greece and France, has written various articles and essays that will be published or re-published mainly by the Perispomeni editions, and has translated into Greek a series of philosophical books. FM: In your postface of the book “Financial Possibilities for Our Grandchildren” by John Maynard Keynes, you have written that… Continue reading Different Teaching Philosophies
Have you ever wondered why everybody is posting positive and optimistic messages in today’s world? Why there are so many people looking for spiritual guidance? I believe that the world is embarking on a spiritual revolution. I believe that humanity is tired of the old models. I also believe that every single person is pursuing… Continue reading A Spiritual Revolution
True Forgiveness Daisy is a gifted child. However, she mingled with the wrong kids who were into stealing and because she wasn’t very good at it, she was caught. As expected, her parents were angry. After the entire saga, they encouraged her to move on and do better things in life. Verbally, they forgave her.… Continue reading Forgiving Others – What Is True Forgiveness?