What is left out in Habermas’s deliberations on Europe is any possibility for political, social or cultural contingencies; the assumption is that things simply get better if not all but then at least most of the time.
Whatever way Europe goes, the first step is to determine which route it will take. Simply put, Europe must decide whether to collaborate or cooperate. This is what should be on the table.
In spring, before one is weary of the warmth and the monotonous green of the fields, when everything is fresh and full of fragrance, who would not want to hear about the golden may-beetles, about the cranes, about the gurgling streams, and the corn mounting into ear?
Vullnetit ka filluar të trajtohet në mënyrë metafizike qysh nga sofisti Kalikle, i cili, është nga të parët që e ka parë vullnetin si esencë të çdo gjëje. Pikëpamja se vullneti është parësor mbi çdo sferë të jetës, duke e determinuar njeriun në veprimtarit e racionalizmit, intelektualizmit dhe emocionalizmit...
The World Happiness Report and the ONS study aren’t readily comparable – the questions are different and the two studies cover a slightly different range of years – but such a marked disparity raises the possibility that how happy you say you are depends on who’s asking.
A moderate tax on robots, even a temporary tax that merely slows the adoption of disruptive technology, seems a natural component of a policy to address rising inequality. Revenue could be targeted toward wage insurance, to help people replaced by new technology ...