Business & Economics

“Money Has Always Been an Enigma”: An Interview with Samuel A. Chambers

To understand the nature of money, we need to put aside conventional textbook knowledge and rethink our assumptions about the topic, says political economist Samuel A. Chambers. We spoke with him about the intricacies of this everyday phenomenon that tends to slip through our fingers just when we think we’ve got it all figured out.

Business & Economics

Save the Planet, Grow the Economy! Lessons from Tiger Conservation

For too long, we’ve separated ecology from economics and economics from ecology, often leaving local people out of the equation altogether. However, a tiger conservation project in India shows us how these frameworks can work together seamlessly for a sustainable future.

Arts & Humanities

Systemic Inequalities: Is Change Possible?

The concept of systemic inequality is polarizing and complex. In the latest discussion in the “Humanities for Humans” series, historian Robin D. G. Kelley and literary scholar Bruce Robbins delve into its roots, social manifestations, and potential solutions.

Arts & Humanities

“Man kann Ökonomie als einen Ordnungsversuch des Begehrens verstehen”: Jule Govrin im Interview

Begehren und Ökonomie sind untrennbar miteinander verwoben. Wie genau, davon erzählt Jule Govrin in einem Streifzug durch die Philosophiegeschichte von Platon über Hegel, Nietzsche und Freud bis zu Deleuze, Guattari und der Queer Theory.

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