Tag: online anthropology courses

Capitalism, revolution and racism in the US and the world

Neil Turner , April 1st, 2017


In the aftermath of Trump’s victory, we would do well to recall Hegel’s maxim that difference-in-sameness moves history. Max Weber used a similar argument to moderate the polarised…


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Perennial Narratives in Anthropology

Neil Turner , December 1st, 2016


Since the 1960s, there has not been any new, innovative or groundbreaking advances in the field of anthropology. Although some good work has been done, most of it…


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World’s Most Vital Resource

Neil Turner , November 1st, 2016


  It is not necessary to explain the process by which algae through millions of years of geological time and chemical reactions become fossil fuels such as oil,…


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The War Against Privacy

Neil Turner , October 1st, 2016


In the May-June 1993 issue of Wired Magazine, an article on a group of mathematicians advocating a radical, libertarian, cryptographic philosophy appeared on the front cover. The group…


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