The title of this post is a word that means “retrospectivity,” looking back and summing up. I think this is what we need to do, right now, with Western Civilization as a whole.
In his book, The Falling Sky, indigenous Amazonian leader Davi Kopenawa articulates an analysis of Western economics that I thought would interest many people who don’t have time to read the whole book.
As I remember the song most played at the funerals of those killed on 9/11, I’m thinking of the version by Paul Robeson, the great musician and activist for civil rights and economic justice.
Yanomami names are not used in the presence of the person named or his or her close relations.
Bernardo Kastrup’s Why Materialism is Baloney is a brilliant and easy-to-read theory of what reality might actually be.