Direct Democracy, Social Ecology and Public Time

  One could argue that since the dawn of modernity, humanity is in a situation of constant crisis. Today, however, we find ourselves amidst a nexus of crises, economic crisis, political crisis, ecological and anthropological crisis, while the human environments’ very existence is threatened.   The privatization of public space, under the false identification of […]

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September 11, 2017

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