On September 29th, 2015 I attended the World Summit on Technological Unemployment. Featuring talks from Joseph Stiglitz (Nobel Prize-winning economist; Former Chief Economist, World Bank; founder, Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University), John Wilmoth (Director of the Population Division of the United Nations), Scott Von (psychoanalyst, physician, and philosopher; Founding Director of the New Clinic for Integral Medicine & Psychiatry), and […]
The political left has long been oriented toward the future. This is clear in its revolutionary ethos: the utopia of the revolutionary is, after all, always just around the corner. But in orienting itself toward the future, the left has not always been actively futurist in its outlook. Many leftists are uncomfortable with technology and science, viewing them as insidious and malign capitalistic projects. As a result, their utopian dreams often end up looking to a mythic historical Golden Age for inspiration.
The Tax Justice Network’s biennial ranking of the world’s friendliest tax havens for super-rich individuals and businesses looking to hide their assets is out. Folks, this one is a banger, with the United States leapfrogging Singapore, Luxembourg, and the Cayman Islands to take 3rd.
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