Monthly Archives: June 2014

Deindustrial economics part 1: Give up self sufficiency

So last week I talked about silly things that I have believed, and now I’m going to try to address in more detail one of the biggest ones that I run into regularly among friends and acquaintances – the desire … Continue reading

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Silly things I have at some point believed, and why I’m comfortable with that

I’ve a slightly arcane and personal post for you today. Coming to terms with challenging information happens in fits and starts. Its an initiation of sorts. And for me, when my previous ways of making sense of the world have … Continue reading

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Industrial Society and cultures of entitlement

This article is about the culture of entitlement that exists in the industrialised world, and how it acts as a hindrance to making positive changes towards deindustrial living. Entitlement is a hot button political issue these past years, in part … Continue reading

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