Why do dreams, aside from those that prove uncannily prophetic, not befit our biography?
Realism is back.
Is modern-day philanthropy a disease in the democratic body politic?
Is the whole world slouching toward a Panopticon of digitally enabled surveillance and control?
Much like the old wars of religion that shaped Europe, the new wars are fought on the ground of the image.
Poverty research has become caught up in a paradox of its own making—of diminishing insight into the problem of poverty amid more data about the poor.
Economies of dignity shape what people talk about and how people talk about others.
The shaping and conditioning of our self-understanding by consumption is one form of the commodification of self.
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