Poverty isn’t a lack of character; it’s a lack of cash | Rutger Bregman

I’d like to start with a simple question: Why do the poor make so many poor decisions? I know it’s a harsh question, but take a look at the data. The poor borrow more, save less, smoke more, exercise less, drink more and eat less healthfully. Why? Well, the standard Continue Reading

Sociology Fundamentals

Social science is the investigation of human social connections and organizations. Human science’s topic is differing, extending from wrongdoing to religion, from the family to the state, from the divisions of race and social class to the mutual convictions of a typical society, and from social steadiness to a radical Continue Reading

Do Humans Have Free Will, Or Are We Programmed By Society? | Joscha Bach

Like consciousness, free will is often misunderstood because we know it by reference, but it’s difficult to know it by content, what you really mean by free will. A lot of people who immediately feel that free will is related to whether the universe is deterministic or probabilistic. And while Continue Reading

What is Kerala? – The Unique Political Structure of Democratic Communism

Keralan ainutlaatuinen poliittinen kulttuuri Toisin kuin useimmissa maissa ympäri maailmaa Keralassa on melkein aina äänestetty kommunistinen puolue valtaan Kaikista Intian osavaltioista Keralassa on pisin eliniänodote, sekä vähiten lukutaidottomuutta. Ja vähäisin lapsikuolleisuus, ja koulusta jättäyminen Ohjaus & kirjoitus: Tsar Bombastic Tuotettu & editoitu: Anter Yasa Tykkää, jaa, tilaa

Communists, socialists, and Marxists destroyed by Milton Friedman, capitalism and freedom

Phil Donohue, “When you see around the globe the maldistribution of wealth. The desperate plight of millions of people in underdeveloped countries. When you see so few haves and so many have-nots. When you see the greed and the concentration of power. Did you ever have a moment of doubt Continue Reading

Why Inequality and Violence are Sometimes Good: The Evolution of Human Values with Ian Morris

[MUSIC] Stanford University >>Well thank you. I’d like to thank Caroline and Elisabeth for these wonderful, kind words, and Mayling Gonzales for organizing me and making sure I got here And everybody for coming along. I hope you’re enjoying all the events so far. These events they are really good Continue Reading

About communism (part 02) with English subtitles.

It is still have to buy and sell , and this is the most important. And if society fully becomes communistic then money began to die off,why? Money exist for what? Money it’s a tool of exchange,yes,but also it’s with what you can make savings,and why to make savings? To Continue Reading

THE NEW ATLANTIS – FULL AudioBook by Sir Francis Bacon

THE NEW ATLANTIS BY SIR FRANCIS BACON INTRODUCTORY NOTE Bacon’s literary executor, Dr. Rowley, published “The New Atlantis” in 1627, the year after the author’s death. It seems to have been written about 1623, during that period of literary activity which followed Bacon’s political fall. None of Bacon’s writings gives Continue Reading

Karl Marx Documentary

Karl Marx (1818-1883) is perhaps one of the most cited theoretical and discussed in our modern history. His most famous academic works are monumental efforts of historical, social and economic analysis. So comprehensive, ideas brought contributions both to the area of sociology as Economics, Philosophy, History, Political Science and among Continue Reading