Further Economics with JusticeOur Further Economics group, for those who have attended the first three parts of Economics with Justice. Available on Wednesday evenings. Classes will be offered remotely via Zoom, until the building reopens.
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Where: 11 Mandeville Place, W1U 3AJ
Further Economics – from Richard Glover (tutor)
Anyone who has completed the 3 terms of Economics with Justice is welcome to join this lively group on Wednesday evenings, starting April 29th at 7 pm. New students will be able to start with an extra "catch-up" session.
The Spring 2020 programme re-examined conventional economic concepts from the radical perspective of being human, being part of nature and being part of a greater whole. Seen this way, wealth becomes closer to wellbeing, capital becomes a link between past, present and future generations, credit becomes an expression of our trust in each other, money becomes a bond between individuals and the community, and trade becomes a shared enterprise for a glorious future. All very idealistic, none devoid of some truth.
The Summer term will be devoted to a small number of study projects, either individual or collective. The aim to capitalise on the combination of individual enthusiasm for a chosen topic, and the support and collective understanding of the whole group. All this encouraged by having to formulate something of our understanding that is of value to others.
So throw off any inhibition and join this experimental approach to Economics with Justice; it should prove to be an enjoyable experience.
Enrol today for the summer term, beginning Wednesday 29th April.