We know next to nothing of what we’re going to know in 20 or 50 years.
There will always be places in the world where good schools don’t exist and good teachers don’t want to go, not just in the developing world but in places of socioeconomic hardship.
There is, therefore, no solution possible other than an economy directed by the workers through their organisations of control-through the workers’ syndicates.
It seems to me that a kind of thinking which is not technocratic has an opportunity for a renaissance in this country.
If there is to be peace in our industrial life let the employer recognize his obligation to his employees – at least to the degree set forth in existing statutes.
The technical is not just the machinery. The technical is a disposition to life.
The love of liberty and the sense of human dignity are the basic elements of the Anarchist creed.
I don’t even want to guess at what computer literacy might do to children, except to say that if cyberspace is considered a place, then there are people who are already in it and people who are not in it.
There’s an ancient tension between wanting to savor the world as it is and wanting to improve on the world as given.
The abortion controversy is important for what it says about our stance toward procreation and children altogether.