Autonomy (tagged articles)
Holly Golightly and the Endless Pursuit of Self-Actualization in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
Zachary B. Wunrow - Yes, they still have prizes in Cracker Jack boxes. Beneath the glossy surface of this timeless commodity lies a variable that provides fodder for the consumer’s imagination. Marketed as “candy coated popcorn, peanuts and a prize,” the Cracker Jack... Keep Reading »
Reading Deeply: How The Internet May Limit Our Autonomy
Jesse A. Goldberg - Traditionally, human beings and tools are thought to be in a simple relationship with one another. All agency is located in the person, consequently making the human being the sole object of power which acts on its subject, the tool. As we move forward into an era... Keep Reading »
Custine, Tocqueville, and Intellectual Autonomy in Comparative Politics
Tristan Gans - The most obvious and immediate difference between Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America and Astolphe de Custine’s Letters from Russia is one of style. Put simply, Tocqueville’s text is an impersonal social-scientific treatise, while Custine... Keep Reading »
Decentralization Examined: Conditions Dependent Path Towards Success
Nenna Ibeanusi - When a country undergoes the process of decentralization, it requires a transfer of authority, responsibility, and/ or resources from the national to lower levels of government, with the purpose of creating good governance. If successful, decentralization should make... Keep Reading »
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The Dalai Lama, Buddhism, and Tibet: Reflecting on a Half-Century of Change
Maria T. Otero - Throughout history, there have been several ways in which people perceive Tibet. Since it has traditionally been isolated from the world, culturally and geographically, the mystery it provokes has shaped most people’s beliefs into viewing it as a Shangri-La,... Keep Reading »
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