Sep 20, 2015

Moods Rules, Countries Follow | Patrice Ayme's Thoughts

MOODS AS HEGEMONS Countries are ruled by people, or individuals, who are ruled by philosophies, which are ruled by moods. Some of these moods are superior, others, non-sustainable. Hegemony Works Only If Its Values Are Right: In the present Greek crisis, the Greek government just changed its mind again, and decided to roughly accept what…

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