5 edition of Equality (Themes for the 21st Century) found in the catalog.
September 1, 2000 by Polity Press .
Written in English
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He accepts that and is not afraid, only he wishes to be away from the city and from "air that touches upon the air of the city. Equality finally talks with Liberty one afternoon. His re-discovery of individualism, embodied by his identification of the word "I", is not an isolated incident in his life. Despite powerful pressure from the state to conform, he will not betray the values that are important to him. Equality declares that the home will be theirs. He hides in the bushes, but there is no need, for it is the Golden One.
He awakens on the first day in the forest with a realization of freedom. In this book, they outline ways that society can become both more entrepreneurial and more egalitarian. When he must flee the city under threat of death, his inability to see her is his one regret. He keeps looking at her for every day after that and starts to call her the Golden One in his head. He clearly knows that she stands out from all other women.
Several days later, Equality and the Golden One speak for the first time. Don't understand how that's possible? Regression lines are drawn which are dependent on a very small number of outlying countries, but this is not explained in the text. He thinks of the Script Fire in which the books of the Evil Ones were burned, and he wonders about the secrets of the Evil Ones that have been lost to the world. Finally, his integrity reaches also to his quest for freedom. Likely cultural confounding factors are not taken into account.
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They enter it and wonder at Equality book sights they behold — at the bright colors, the mirrors, the clothes, and the books. Such thoughts do not occur to men in this culture.
And he will be welcomed among them as one of the Scholars. Because of his unbreached commitment to his mind, he chooses the path that ultimately leads to his re-discovery of the individual mind. Equality is imprisoned for a month. He now worships the human ego. But the light, he pleads.
They call him an "evil wretch" for daring to think that a lowly Street Sweeper can possess greater wisdom than that of the Council.
He pulls this off by sneaking out during Social Recreation time, and returning before it is over. They have a lot of fun frolicking together. He is unafraid and singular, self-important and proud. He thinks that this light can be used to light the cities of the world.
He believes that, in time, the world will hear of this free and prosperous society, and that the best individuals from around the globe will flood the roads leading to his city.
For it took 50 years to get approval for the candle from all the Councils, and to change the Plans again so soon would be impossible. Crucially, Tawney did not merely see social exclusion as a problem of the poor; it applied to the rich whose lofty position allowed them to opt out of social intercourse.
He now has a cause for which he would give his life. Equality decides it's time to leave the City for good. Finally, he refuses to surrender the electric light to the authorities when he realizes that they will destroy it. He concludes that both the psycho-social effects described in The Spirit Level and the impact of diminishing returns to income likely both contribute to explaining the observed correlations, and questions why Wilkinson and Pickett neglect to mention the latter explanation in their book.
He hides in the bushes, but there is no need, for it is the Golden One.The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better is a book by Richard G. Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, published in by Allen Lane.
The book is published in the US by Bloomsbury Press (December, ) with the new sub-title: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies sylvaindez.com: Richard Wilkinson, Kate Pickett.
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