Monthly Archives: December 2014

Intellectual porn for introverts: the allure of espionage

I have a soft spot for anything to do with spies. Growing up, I was a reluctant collector of anything, only giving in on rare occasions when I misguidedly thought that doing so would help me to fit in. With … Continue reading

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Towards a better capitalism: how can business reduce poverty?

One possible definition of business – borrowing the Marx-infused jargon of the early-twentieth-century Left – is the process by which labour is transformed into capital. Poverty, defined in similar terms, is a result of the fact that capital is less … Continue reading

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