Notes On Alessandro Baricco’s “The Barbarians: An Essay On The Mutation Of Culture”

Originally posted on brettworks:
“I had grown up with a different head, an old-fashioned one, and that sea of possibilities and different tasks seemed to me like something cooked up for people other than myself.” – Alessandro Baricco Last year I noticed a book for sale at, of all places, the checkout counter of the…

Afrikology, Kingdoms and Youth

“The absolute equality of races, physical, political and social, is the founding stone of world peace and human advancement. No one denies great differences of gift, capacity, and attainment among individuals of all races, but the voice of science, religion and practical politics is one in denying the God-appointed existence of super-races or races naturallyContinue reading “Afrikology, Kingdoms and Youth”

Failing institutions: the challenge of governing natural resources in Zimbabwe

Originally posted on zimbabweland:
A field near Chikombedzi devastated by elephants The much-lauded book, Why Nations Fail, argued that sustained economic progress only occurs when institutions work. This means enforcement of legal rules, clear secure access to land, regulations that are transparent, bureaucracies that function and of course – emerging out of this – a…

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