The Vısıon . . .
“An empirical philosophy is, in any case, a kind of intellectual disrobing.
We cannot permanently divest ourselves of the intellectual habits we take on and wear when we assimilate the culture of our own time and place.
But intelligent furthering of culture demands that we take some of them off, that we inspect them critically to see what they are made of and what wearing them does to us.
We cannot achieve recovery of primitive naïveté. But there is attainable a cultivated naïveté of eye, ear and thought.”
― John Dewey, Cultural Naturalist (1859–1952)
I find the polarisation of Capitalism vs Socialism without nuance problematic and reject the notion my use of the term Cooperative Capitalism is a misnomer; that I mean Socialism and NOT Capitalism.
Until Socialism is holistically, unambiguously written into American corporate law, for-profit and non-profit cooperatively organised, operated and owned businesses still operate in a capitalist system dominated by a quasi-religious belief in Neoliberal, Free Market mythology.
― Muirén Ní Sídach, Co-operative Advocate