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Market Fundamentalism as a Religion

Market Fundamentalism as a Religion

Modern economic theory is presented as a science. Elaborate mathematics and diagrams are employed to derive principles that are assumed to be universal among economic actors, even though the specialized math used is a “dated version” (Keen 6) and such diagrams “often contain outright fallacies” (Keen 14). After a closer examination of the dominant economic theory and its critics, one might come to the conclusion that it is actually a belief system quite similar to a religion, not an actual scientific study. The following definition of religion is given by Clifford Geertz:

The Ongoing Zeitgeist/Liberty Movements Debate: A Review

A discussion between Adam Kokesh and Peter Joseph earlier this year has inspired me to shed light on the critical exchange taking place between The Zeitgeist Movement and Liberty Movement. As can be seen in an interview with RT's Abby Martin (watch@22:50), I am not the only one who has noticed an emerging polarity within the greater movement.

Federico Pistono at TZM Interviews

Federico Pistono at TZM Interviews

TZM Interviews is a new form of dialog that brings proactive, visionary and inspiring people into this conversation about how the scientific method for social concern applies to global sustainability and how to effectively change the world. This month our guest is Federico Pistono, former coordinator of the Italian Chapter for The Zeitgeist Movement, author, blogger, activist and more...

Mark Boyle at TZM Interviews

Mark Boyle at TZM Interviews

Mark Boyle, AKA The Moneyless Man, (born 8 May 1979) is a writer and activist best known for founding the online Freeconomy Community, and for living without money since November 2008. Boyle writes regularly for the Freeconomy Blog and British newspaper The Guardian. His first book, The Moneyless Man: A Year of Freeconomic Living, was published in 2010. He recently published ‘The Moneyless Manifesto’ where he does not only demystify money and the system that binds us to it, he also explains how liberating, easy and enjoyable it is to live with less of it.

Universal Oneness, Cultivating Compassion and Repairing our Severed Connections with One Another and the Environment

Universal Oneness, Cultivating Compassion and Repairing our Severed Connections with One Another and the Environment

Albert Einstein is quoted as saying:

"A human being is part of the whole called by us 'universe', a part of time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest - a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty."

My Proposal for an RBE Game

My Proposal for an RBE Game

I've been working for a while on this concept in my head.

After searching for other such proposals on the web for me to join in and share ideas, and being disappointed by what I found, I decided to start working on my own proposal from scratch.

Nikola Danaylov at TZM Interviews

Nikola Danaylov at TZM Interviews

TZM Interviews is a new form of dialog that brings proactive, visionary and inspiring people into this conversation about cutting edge technology applied to global sustainability and how to effectively change the world.

Economy of Degradation

Economy of Degradation

Anti-economy vs environmentEconomic inequality, diminishing global resources, environmental degradation, biodiversity loss the list of global societal issues is extensive, and while there are both corporations and individual

Jason Silva at TZM Interviews

Jason Silva at TZM Interviews

TZM Interviews is a new form of dialog that brings proactive, visionary and inspiring people into this conversation about cutting edge technology applied to global sustainability and how effectively change the world. This month our guest is Jason Silva, he has been described as "part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from The Matrix".

Basic Income - An immediate step in the transition

Basic Income - An immediate step in the transition

I just saw this documentary, suggested by Lukáš Fireš, and it brought tears to my eyes :'), because here is something implementable now, that reduces the focus on profit in this system, and empowers individuals, indirectly reducing competition and stimulating cooperation.
A great immediate step for the transition.

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