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Alienation: the psychology, sociology and politics

Social and economic forces that create alienation. Remedies and related news.

Related themes include democracy, education , freedom , poverty and psychology .
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View from the hill

Today,as I gazed down at the town from my hilltop, I saw a "man" who had inherited about £120,000 several years ago, and, rather than buy his council flat, he'd blown all the money on foreign holidays (which he couldn't recall, due to the vast intake of alcohol) and wanted to stay as he always had - unemployed, cared for (mothered) by the state, and permanently drunk. It's mildly annoying for

advertising, alcohol, alienation, consciousness, consumerism, creativity, transport,

easy steps to freedom

(tags: wisdom, freedom, advertising, alienation)  Thought for the day: Why does nearly everyone on the supermarket look confused, impatient, lost, oblivious to those around them? Why do they look angry when they get in their £23,000, black, 4 wheel drive, aggressive Shopping Trolley? examples: Because they have been taken over by advertising. Walking to the shop, buying what you

advertising, alienation, exercise, freedom, wisdom,

Unplugged from the Corporate World

Short story - Unplugged from the Corporate World Nearly two years has passed since Paul exited the commercial world, his caravan on Ivor's farm is homely, his own plot of land providing most of what he eats, with surplus salads to sell, and Ivor, being a wise old bird with no paper qualifications realises it's time for the occasional chat with Paul to help the young fellow slow down a bit. "

alienation, banking, compost, corporations, debt, fiction, freedom, organic, self-sufficiency,

Pathological Wealth - and solutions

#pathologicalwealth - a hashtag that is overdue! A preamble to the video of Ethos Genesis Post-mechanisation,the production and distribution of basic needs is so simple that we should all be bored stiff. In fact, most people are too busy and exhausted due to the corrupting effects of #pathologicalwealth of the few, and disinterest on self-education by many of the poorest. The following

alienation, banking, bullying, corporations, debt, democracy, denial, pathological wealth, Social media,

The Catcher in the Rye - J D Salinger

A Penguin modern classics paperback from 1951. Reprinted 1972.<br /> $6.99 at Amazon, used copies from $0.93. Since his debut in 1951 as The Catcher in the Rye,  Holden  Caulfield has been synonymous with "cynical  adolescent." Holden  narrates the story of a couple of days in his  sixteen-year-old life,  just after he's been expelled from prep school,  in a slang that sounds  edgy even

adolescence, alienation, books, fiction,

Analog Man - Joe Walsh

To keep Marty happy! Welcome to cyberspace, I'm lost in the fog everything's digital I'm still analog when something goes wrong I don't have a clue some 10-year-old smart ass has to show me what to do Sign on with high speed you don't have to wait Sit there for days and vegetate I access my email, read all my spam, I'm an analog man. the whole world's living in a digital dream it's

alienation, guitar, Joe Walsh, lyrics, music, video,

computerised cars and alienation

I've lost count of the number of people I know who have bought a new car, polished it daily for a few months, then began to lose interest. Things get even worse when such cars, less than a year old, start to develop baffling symptoms, and limp home at low speed with warning symbols on the dashboard. Then they get even worse when a garage wants to charge £30 (or more) to plug in a lead from their

alienation, consumerism, DIY, individual, internet, transport, video,


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