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A Short Walk Through Commons, Enclosures and the EU

The factions gather & swell in an entirely human tumult. As the poet says – the worst in passionate intensity call others to the fold. Meanwhile, the ways of life of opposing factions have similar effects, because their ways of … Continue reading

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On the Farm

Farms and gardens remain as the principal engine of all economies. City states whose money flow is largely of the trades and trading are yet utterly dependent on the supply of food. Thus, we come to have a devalued food … Continue reading

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Speed

What of fossil-powered speed – the borrowed muscular lives of fossilised years? Do we forget ourselves in consequence? . What of two people walking side by side? They are more or less equal until they step into what money can … Continue reading

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And What of the Enclosures?

In this book, there are two principle enclosures, that of land and that of status, which effect everyone directly and perniciously. There is also intellectual property, which is pernicious to all indirectly and to a few, directly. . For more … Continue reading

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Fancy and Imagination

Just as we can love an island set in a silver sea, not for the extent of its borders but for what it holds, so we can love our lives, not for the extent of their liberties, but for what … Continue reading

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Possible Foreword

My purpose is to show that if cultures are to end further acceleration of the climate change, they are causing, then new ways of life must be found, which no longer cause it. Tinkering with improvements to our current ways … Continue reading

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Afterword

Some sweet day, we shall gather at the river and be renewed… The crooked ways will be made straight and the last fears unbound. We’ll reflect beneath the shade of ancient trees, that generations will rest there too – the … Continue reading

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