15 of the best articles Wallace D. Wattles, author of "The Science of Getting Rich", ever wrote!Display Full Page
Marx, Science, and Values
The philosophy of half a loaf. The bourgeoisie in the west (or ... Thus, capitalism is inextricably linked with the historical expansion of modern science/rationality/experimentation throughout all aspects of society. It is not necessarily so much about ...
Hungarian science troubled by nationalism
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, recently re-elected, has overseen budget boosts for science, but many researchers distrust his government's intentions. In early April, several days after Viktor Orbán secured his third consecutive term—and fourth ...
Impact for Whom? The Complicity of Science in Colonialism
“Perhaps nowhere is impact of greater importance than in my own fields of ecology and conservation science.” Toomey notes, for example, that “research on an endangered plant can help to address the threats facing it.” But, Toomey adds, the ...
On Karl Marx's 200th birth anniversary, why he remains a man of science
He always looked for new science and new discoveries ... [x] So, according to Marx’s philosophy, in the emancipation of workers lies the emancipation of capitalists. “The capitalist system presupposes the complete separation of the labourers from ...
On the subject of evolution, a way to hang on to both science and religion
Miller, a biology professor at Brown and author of the book “Only a Theory, Finding Darwin’s God,” is a believer in the power of science and in the importance of religion. He sees no reason why he — and “we” — can’t hold onto both.
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