Monthly Archives: July 2021

The Middle Class Can Counter Today’s Zero-sum Game

The phrase the end of history was first used by French philosopher and mathematician Antoine Augustin Cournot in 1861 “to refer to the end of the historical dynamic with the perfection of civil society”. The disintegration of the former Soviet … Continue reading

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On the Waning of Democracy in America

In a democracy every citizen has certain basic rights that the state cannot take away from them. In political philosophy, the phrase consent of the governed refers to the idea that a government’s legitimacy and moral right to use state … Continue reading

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