An article from 2019 based on a Cambridge politics long essay (awarded a first) on the question of whether there is a causal connection between globalisation (defined as the geo-temporal expansion of institutional disunity and distributional inequality, as defined below) and antisemitism (also defined below) in history. What causes anti-Semitism? It’s a question not often … Continue reading Why Only a Labour Government Can Reduce Anti-Semitism
I had a dream You hunted me My friends and family Turned on me Fed me poison Daydreaming. Called it medicine What’s that? ADD? ASD? BPD? Who cares Their ‘concern‘ (A mask for control) Does not concern Me Only one diagnosis I seek The medicine For life Bright Give me life Let me live You … Continue reading The good, a dream
My very first university essay as an undergraduate student at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge in 2018. This was submitted as part of the taught Sociology paper, and was awarded the mark of a first. Exploitation is a necessary, but not a sufficient, framework for understanding modern wealth and income inequalities. The explanatory potency of … Continue reading Exploited, Excluded, and Expelled: How relevant is Marx’s theory of exploitation for understanding inequalities in the modern world?
An article I wrote for my school magazine ‘INK’ when I was thirteen (unchanged, unedited). Please don’t be mean. – Slightly older Edmund More and more, I’m noticing something distinctly odd about our society. Even though every person on Earth has the capacity to show kindness and generosity, many people do not. Sometimes people are … Continue reading Tribal Trivia