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Monthly Archives: August 2014
At the crests of a new journey, at the proud borders of the town, you will encounter the spirits of the crossroads, a thief on the highway, the ghosts of the dusk’s shimmering in-between sky and ground, unblinking, deceitful yellow eyes floating in anonymous shrubbery, and a delicious moon whose light does more to tantalize …Continue Reading >>>
Our way of responding to the crisis is part of the crisis.
It seems incontrovertible that to be ‘a man’ means to be productive, to work hard at a job, to be in control, to be independent, to be on top of things, and to show no signs of weakness. Our most enduring images of manliness compel us to worship at the altars of a square-jawed, tight-lipped, …Continue Reading >>>
We must relinquish our convenient narratives of human exceptionalism and triumphalism – those stories that centralize human agency and enthrone human interests as supremely paramount in the multiverse. And we must do this not simply because we are now regaining some awareness about the nobility of other species and life forms – and not entirely …Continue Reading >>>
Our work contexts – largely defined by the relationship between the corporation and wage-earning employees – are increasingly held together by the value of efficiency: the imperative that prompts us to look for the best option that improves performance and economic productivity. As a result, we’ve learned to see and understand ourselves only as valuable …Continue Reading >>>