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Sustainability requires us to know how much is enough.
07 April 2009
Steward as surrogate
The steward is a surrogate. He takes on the trappings of the higher authority. That goes for both power as well as love.
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Keeping taxes low and America childish
Weak leaders means poor stewards
They were right all along
What happened to American small businesses?
What did he open when Nixon opened China?
LBJ & KBR
Contentment engenders gratitude in us
Depth & qualitative measures of value
Jefferson vs Hamilton
When a power utility grows up
Practice is hard; theory, not so much
Asset price volatility and the shock doctrine
The grown up corporation
Who's the grown up now?
Conduct becoming to a distinguished board member
The virtuous shock doctrine
Corporate governance for stewardship rather than g...
A kinder and gentler corporate structure
The struggle within capitalism
Tacit versus explicit knowledge
The eclipse of God
Embarrassment of riches
The blessings of Abraham
Covenant and class
Scholasticism is scholarship as craft, not art
Steward as surrogate
An honorable profession
Craft as a vow
Alchemy as purification
Hand off the power to a third, divine party
When you don't earn, you tend to hoard
People, people who don't need people
Sounds like our former vice-president
Honor and duty
Craft needs integrity no less than skill
Codes of political conduct
What would "The One' really look like?
Pride in accomplishment is important
They forgot to watch the movie
He will walk Himself among us
To forbear is not to write-off
Plain is also refreshing
Resistance is futile
The stores of surplus
Them vs Us
The costs of the Green Revolution
Back to the land, household, community, place
Extraction by another name
The dawn of a new non-violence
Scared people behave like hungry people
Stewards must know value when they see it
Commercial action at a distance
Reconciling political man and Nature
Drowning in the bathtub
We are in an end-time
'What comes next?' vs 'What comes after?'
The enemy is the plunderer
Were the hippies right?
Unemployment and war
Stewards are the anti-markets
Asset bubbles work by insecuring the affluence
Speed and forcing the matter
Deservedness and speed
Institutions as large-scale, inter-locking trust r...
Yes, we don't have to
How we live depends on subsidy
Markets and covenants -- conquest and occupation
Occupation, not conquest of land
Sorry, but real social change requires the authori...
Clarify the vision of what comes after
The order of the Other
Fiduciary means how much you leave on the table
Change as up-speeding or down-slowing
Financialized CEOs cashing out the ranches
Equity for stability, not necessarily growth
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