Fresh Perspectives

Nathan Mercieca
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I don't necessarily like all these books, but they have all taught me a lot
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From this book I learnt that the wealth of nations is the universal poverty of the workers.
The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith
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The Industrial Revolution was an extraordinary period of upheaval for civilisation and for ordinary people, and there are signs that we are going through a similar period now with rapid changes in technology and the advancement of artificial intelligence.
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Was Communism ever really tried?
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Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
I found Foucault's radical approach to the study of history to be extremely interesting, even if I don't agree with him 100% of the time.
Nathan Mercieca
Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
Food for thought on Christian spirituality.
Provocations, Søren Kierkegaard
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Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
"I am willing to love all mankind - except an American." Samuel Johnson
Nathan Mercieca
Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
If only - and prior to 1979 when she came to power.
Nathan Mercieca
Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
The 2010-2015 Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition in the UK was horrendous, but the current Conservative government is even worse.
Nathan Mercieca
Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
Nathan Mercieca
Nathan Merciecaadded a book to the bookshelfFresh Perspectives5 years ago
Beethoven was an interesting guy. Apparently he was 1/16th black.
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