Corporate power wielded through limited liability status

I teach creative writing at a super maximum security prison in northern California. The men I teach are called by the corporate press ‘the worst of the worst’: they are robbers, thieves, murderers. But I now understand that these men are amateurs. If they really want to succeed at their chosen professions, they are going about […]

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Norris Thomlinson March 20th, 2001 Filed in Essays No Responses

A Weakened World Cannot Forgive Us: An Interview With Kathleen Dean Moore

I’ve always felt a strong dissatisfaction with Western philosophy. It seems to promise answers to life’s most important questions, but delivers little more than impenetrable prose. When I taught writing at Eastern Washington University, my office was next door to a philosophy professor’s. I wandered in sometimes to chat but was quickly repelled by his […]

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Norris Thomlinson March 1st, 2001 Filed in Interviews by Derrick Jensen No Responses