Nipawin - Tuesday - May 25, 2004 - by: Mario deSantis

"The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it."

Karl Marx

Now as you may express this Marx' quote then you may think how other fundamentalist (void of critical thinking) people could label you as a 'commuinist' or 'marxist.'


 Again think how 'change' is different from 'interpretation.' There is the need for both understanding of 'change' and 'interpretation.'




Now think about how 'change' reflects a dynamic understanding, that is of systems thinking, and how 'interpretation' reflects a static understanding, that is the status quo.




All these opinion polls, statistical social studies, and all this brainwashing by TV reality shows, they are all part of our effort to interpretate our world, and very little is being dedicated to solving our social problems (gaps) and changing it.

Mario deSantis



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