Communism in the Soviet Union

Work itself became the core philosophy behind achieving the Soviet’s goals, no matter the cost, as it seemed. Many people were forced to move to the cities and work in industrial factories, and massive labor camps, or gulags, were the sites of coal mining and timber production. Because more people had been moved to the cities, much higher food production was required. The peasant agricultural population was forced to produce higher food levels than they were normally capable of, and shared communal lands were transformed into collective farms, with any and all food produced now owned by the state.

Philosophy and Death: Socrates as a Tragic Figure

His bare feet, firmly planted, show his ultimate connection to the earth. This is one of the more important symbols in the dialogue. If a man like Socrates, be dedicated to death as he exhibits as he so clearly manifests, then one must view the body and soul separate, but intimately entwined. For Socrates, the soul is eternal and everlasting, but not undying; this is an important distinction.

Nuclear Power and Environmental Justice

A problem arises however, when we are faced with the grand indifference of nature; for every action, there is always an equal and opposite reaction. What we do to the earth, it reacts in kind. But we should not act like it is the earth that is our enemy. The rhetoric about climate change is often combative, where a war with climate change is being referred to.