Sign and commodity: aspects of the cultural dynamic of advanced capitalismSign and commodity: aspects of the cultural dynamic of advanced capitalism
For at this stage in the history ofmankind there is no problem that does not ultimately lead back to that question andthere is no solution that could notbefound in the solution to the riddle of the commodity-structure
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Curriculum vitae d. A. Masolo Department of PhilosophyCurriculum vitae d. A. Masolo Department of Philosophy
Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Louisville, Kentucky, usa
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Paper delivered at the Second International Conference: Central Europe and the English Speaking World, 2008 Published in the e-Journal: The Round Table Vol. I, NrPaper delivered at the Second International Conference: Central Europe and the English Speaking World, 2008 Published in the e-Journal: The Round Table Vol. I, Nr
The Frontier, Manifest Destiny and National Religion: a creation Myth of the usa
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The Morality of CapitalismThe Morality of Capitalism
Capitalism won a resounding triumph. Except for a handful of professors, everyone now recognises that capitalism produces greater material abundance for more people than any other economic system ever invented
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Sociology 369: Family in a Changing Society University of Southern CaliforniaSociology 369: Family in a Changing Society University of Southern California
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Department of Economics and FinanceDepartment of Economics and Finance
A series of current corporate and public policy problems are discussed in order to raise major issues, including ethical issues, involved in managing the corporation’s relationships with many of its publics
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Globalization and Culture: The Detrimental Effects on Local Populations in Latin AmericaGlobalization and Culture: The Detrimental Effects on Local Populations in Latin America
This research project was supported by a grant from the Roger Williams University Provost’s Fund for Student Research
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The City as an Entertainment MachineThe City as an Entertainment Machine
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Materialism many people say that our world is too materialistic and that we are too concerned with possessions and get rich schemes. Some people are obsessed with winning the lottery, or hitting the jackpot on a game show or at a casinoMaterialism many people say that our world is too materialistic and that we are too concerned with possessions and get rich schemes. Some people are obsessed with winning the lottery, or hitting the jackpot on a game show or at a casino
Some people are obsessed with winning the lottery, or hitting the jackpot on a game show or at a casino. Others fantasize about becoming a professional athlete in order to obtain a huge salary. In an essay, answer this question
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The baudy world of the byte bandit: a postmodernist interpretation of the computer undergroundThe baudy world of the byte bandit: a postmodernist interpretation of the computer underground
Reno (November 9, 1989). Authors are listed in alphabetical order. Address correspondence to Jim Thomas
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Cultural Contradictions of Global Capitalisma new Transnational Corporate SocialCultural Contradictions of Global Capitalisma new Transnational Corporate Social
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Reinventing the World and Reinventing the Self in Huck Finn Bennet KravitsReinventing the World and Reinventing the Self in Huck Finn Bennet Kravits
At the very moment Huck seems to control his world, he admits that his main objective is to keep busy and avoid the feelings of loneliness and solitude that attack him whenever Twain decides that Huck is feeling too satisfied
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