The purpose of this course is to encourage critical enquiry and facilitate group discussion of three highly influential institutions in many human societies: Commerce, Media and Education. Focus on these three core pillars of human society will guide students in honing analytic capacities as the influence of these big three (C.M.E.) develops both internal and external conception of the individual and one's wider interaction with the wider corpus humanity including humanity's interaction with nature, creativity, history,"progress"(Meaning different conceptions of what progress has been defined to mean), spirituality, the heart and the intelect.
To avoid the downfall of some previous attempts that critical theory and postmodern thought the class will conclude with a final project. With a great degree of flexibility according to the individual student I will guide a final project that draws upon the new discoveries that come from the discussion based coursework and assist students in taking their first step towards social reform in some sort of medium be it: structuring a letter or conversation with a political representative; working to develop some conceptual based art project, organizing an inclusive social organization or guiding along a brainstorm process for a (social) entrepreneurial venture.
1. Debate Skills
2. Networking ability
4. Strategic Planning
"Maybe. it's not too late. To learn how to love, and forget how to hate."
Studied Philosophy of Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science