Posts Tagged ‘Times Literary Supplement’
Francis Levy writes: It’s always refreshing to read a jeremiad against the notion of progress… In his review of John Gray’s The Silence of Animals: On progress and Other Modern Myths (“Backwards to the Future,” TLS 8/30/13) David Hawkes quotes an earlier line from the English philosopher’s Heresies: Against Progress and Other Illusions to the effect […]
Times Literary Supplement | David Hawkes: John Gray, The Silence of Animals – On progress and other modern myths, August 30, 2013
David Hawkes, ‘How Noam Chomsky’s World Works,’ The Times Literary Supplement, August 29, 2012 .
David Hawkes, ‘The Evolution of Darwinism,’ The Nation (6/10/2002) pp.29-34 .
Listen Online to David Hawkes: Money, Finance, and the Power of Symbols – Against the Grain – March 7, 2012 at 12:00pm | KPFA 94.1 FM Radio
Click here to listen to the program David Hawkes: Money, Finance, and the Power of Symbols – Against the Grain – March 7, 2012 at 12:00pm | KPFA 94.1 FM Radio At the heart of the global economy, a regime dominated by lending and finance, is a symbol we call money. What does this say […]