Tag: Brazil

Brazil as Paradigm: New Economy, New Government, and New Culture

That neither politics nor the economy is working well in our modern world hardly needs be proved: there is plenty of evidence for it. In this article, I would like to offer BRAZIL as a paradigm of how three kinds of solutions can be applied to make the world better. I do this from the

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Norteños y Sureños: ¿Qué Podemos Aprender de las Elecciones de 2014 en el Brasil?

Las elecciones presidenciales de 2014 en el Brasil nos muestran un país dividido en Norte y Sur. La mitad del país sigue por un lado, y la otra mitad sigue por otro. Hubo mucha celebración por parte de aquellos que quisieron mantener el país en la misma ruta en que se encontraba, pero hubo también

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Elections and Good Governance: A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

Within two weeks, there will be presidential elections in Brazil—and people’s hopes again rise that the country will put away its troubles and face a brighter future. In this article I will consider again the topic of good governance as a reflection of a good life in our own physical bodies. Thus, we go to

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