The Case for Degrowth: Review

""The Case for Degrowth" is a well written book, but my feeling is that it is already being overtaken by events on the ground",...

Psychopathology at the Limits to Economics Growth: Part Three

The Psychology of Decision Makers, Professionals and the Elite is part of “the system” To respond rationally to a crisis of the magnitude that humanity...

Psychopathology at the Limits to Economics Growth: Part Two

The Management of Everyday life goes into crisis – mental health consequences As we will show later in this article, this has enormous knock-on implications...

Hybridity & Culture in the Age of Social Justice

"We are all human beings sharing one Earth. We all belong here. I am tired of the colonial influences that try to say otherwise,"...

Podcast: multiculturalism and resilience

Nadia Hansen interviews Dundalk-based social worker Dr Washington Marovatsanga on cultural competence, enforced absence, the relationship between power and knowledge production, the problematic ‘palliative...

Introduction to Walking Home

Long-running Feasta member and blog contributor Patrick Noble has just published a new book, Walking Home, and Laurence Woodward writes in his introduction that...

Food for Thought/Lón Intinne 2020

Join us for this collective exploration of our response to COVID-19, the phenomenon of enforced absence, and our need for basic sustenance. A highly...

Yes, COVID-19 has no colour or age, but the stats say otherwise

"It is a privilege to work from home and therefore lessen one’s risk of being exposed to the virus. Racialized people living in low...

Reopening Blues

"This is a rare chance for systemic change," writes Mike Sandler. "Will we be able to achieve systemic solutions instead of half measures or...

Talking To My Daughter About The Economy: Review

"If I were given a book on economics, I think I would put it aside as being too boring a subject, but the author...

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