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Mode-Indian peasant life have a vision and ancient wisdom to care for your natural and spiritual. But capitalism has imposed, economic and political, technological models to “preserve” and exploit indigenous territories by promoting plantation management plans, identification and trade in land, property records of water sources, biopiracy, genetically modified seeds and eco-tourism. All these ways to rearrange the area are homogenizing, isolate and fragment the peoples’ relationship with their environment and the ecological base that supports it (Jose Godoy, 2005)
In the late ’60s, the Club of Rome, created by a group of entrepreneurs and executives of transnational corporations (Xerox, IBM, Fiat, Remington Rand, Olivetti, etc.), opened the debate on demands for nonrenewable resources. Appearing MEADOWS Report, called: “The Limits to Growth” document which marked a time for the depletion of natural resources. The Meadows Report Limits growth is the lag of environmental concern in terms of culture and politics, and its assimilation by the technical-scientific logic, it was being criticized. The model of human action or forged instrumental rationality in Western Europe from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the world expands endangering the planet, the state monopoly capitalism, liberal cutting and privatization, and state capitalism monopoly, with the advent of environmentalism, in the ’60s, promoted awareness of the overall risk to the environmental challenge, risk to the entire planet and all humanity in the exact measure, particularly of a commercial nature which has in itself inequality by being soaked in the coloniality of power. 20% of the world’s richest people consume about 80% of the raw material and energy produced annually (model-limit).
The July 5 election date is very close and ended political campaigns, all parties did their utmost to achieve get the most votes in these elections. The question is who will win? Will they remember their promises? Will they be like the other politicians? All these questions will be answered after 6 July when the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) publish the results and the winners can take their positions. However, the elections this year will have another very different dye past years, and that by 2009 there is another factor that is taking ever stronger, the vote invalid, it is not just a way to express our disagreement with the management of politics in our country.
The invalid ballot is to be the election decided by many intellectuals, researchers, journalists Sunday. It will show discontent of all the corruption, impunity, under the water treatment, agreements among parties, and all other things we as citizens are not aware but that unfortunately occurs in the political life in Mexico. As citizens we can believe or not in this proposal but no doubt is spreading and gaining strength all the time. As a society we are tired of seeing fights, arguments, and we see colors but not seeing results. The person who wins, really meet the proposed campaign, which will meet the people who took him to where he is, do not stay in power only by ambition, he really comes to power the person who is qualified to This and all this depends on our votes, make the best decision for the country depends on all voters. The purpose of elections is to choose our representatives vote for the party that is or waive our right to vote, but we must be responsible for that decision and defend what we did in the polls because no one else we will define the direction of our country .
If you want to learn about different philosophies, Jason Waller’s page might be a good place to start. Waller is interested in Early Modern Philosophy (esp., Seventeenth Century Rationalism) and Metaphysics (esp., Persistence, Time, Space, Special Relativity, and Material Constitution.) He also has an interest in the study of how bodies persist through time in Spinoza’s metaphysics.
Some of the papers Waller wrote include: Spinoza’s Attributes and the ‘Intermediate’ Distinctions of Henry of Ghent and Duns Scotus; Numerical Sameness Without Identity of Property Tokens; Defending a Pure Biological Interpretation of a ‘Form of Life’ as used in the Philosophical Investigations and more.
Jason Waller was a PhD student of Purdue University, Department of Philosophy.