fix articles 107907, franz
Mking the Kingdom of God Present (tags)
Freedom does not come from the market. Rather, in socialist terms, we need a market to which we are free. What we have, on the other hand, is a market that dictates everything. Our Mrs. Merkel says that democracy must conform to the market. What we have developed in our work in Costa Rica runs exactly the opposite way: the market must conform to democracy.
“SUDAFRICA EN VISPERAS DEL CAMBIO SOCIAL” DEL DR. FRANZ J. T. LEE, LECCIONES TRANSHISTORIC (tags)
“SUDAFRICA EN VISPERAS DEL CAMBIO SOCIAL” DEL DR. FRANZ J. T. LEE, LECCIONES TRANSHISTORICAS PARA LOS PUEBLOS QUE ANDAN EN BUSCA DE SU EMANCIPACION
PUBLICADO LIBRO “HISTORIA DE LA SABIDURIA” DEL DR. FRANZ J. T.LEE (tags)
PUBLICADO LIBRO “HISTORIA DE LA SABIDURIA” DEL DR. FRANZ J. T.LEE
Book Review: The Subject and the Law (tags)
The church since the second century began distorting the original message without changing the words. If Jesus' proclamation was unconditionally "You shall not kill," it was soon said: "If you do this, we will kill you."
The Cry of the Subject: Franz Hinkelammert (tags)
The Sabbath exists for people. The "fatal law" is a synonym for "the world." According to Hinkelammert, obedience to the law is "sin." Those who wanted to stone the woman-the law abiding-committed sin. Abraham was commanded to decide for the life of his child.
German 'Robin Hoods' Give Poor a Taste of the High Life (tags)
A GANG of anarchist Robin Hood-style thieves, who dress as superheroes and steal expensive food from exclusive restaurants and delicatessens to give to the poor, are being hunted by police in the German city of Hamburg.
Life is More than Capital (tags)
Ulrich Duchrow and Franz Hinkelammert focus on the mis-developments in the third world where privatization of the water supply led to higher prices. international conglomer-ates made profits and paid no local taxes.
The Cry of the Subject: Book Review (tags)
The institution of modern universal competition is elevated into a law by the ideology of practical necessities..Every insti-tution dies when its preservation is made an end-in-itself..The totalitarianism of the market threatens the destruction of humanity.