Formality is Boring & Overrated | Bruhad Dave

Bruhad Dave I have often felt that I, unlike some people I know, am not so invested in any pursuit or subject, that I can safely call myself any sort of authority where it is concerned. For example, I have a few friends who are irrevocably on their way to become lawyers (so you really ought to avoid trying to sue me for my opinions, … Continue reading Formality is Boring & Overrated | Bruhad Dave

What Is Education | An Anthology

This week’s addition to the Sunday Reading list is an anthology titled ‘What is Education?’. Written by a group of students from Denmark with the support of the Danish Youth Council, the anthology attempts to ask the critical questions about Education today. To do this, the writers approach education from the standpoint of their own specializations such as educational studies, philosophy, psychoanalysis, sociology and philology.  Continue reading What Is Education | An Anthology

How To Hide It: Inside The Secret World of Wealth Managers | Brooke Harrington

The Danish sociologist, Brooke Harrington, who trained for two years as an asset manager and immersed herself in this world, rightly warns of a ‘neo-feudal concentration of wealth’. A small group of rich people, she says, are not only hiding their money and avoiding taxes, they are also evading the law. Continue reading How To Hide It: Inside The Secret World of Wealth Managers | Brooke Harrington

Learning to Listen | Michael Walzer

The Sunday Reading List for this week comes from the Editor Emeritus of Dissent Magazine, Michael Walzer. His recent article ‘Learning to Listen’ calls for leftists in America to listen to their comrades abroad in an effort to make ‘internationalism’ work. It is a proposal for change in the approach of the Big Powers’ (of the West) foreign policy. Continue reading Learning to Listen | Michael Walzer