Monthly Archives: July 2015

July 26, 2015

Reforming the Power

Luis Rubio Alexander Woollcott met G.K. Chesterton for lunch at a London restaurant and asked him about his view on the difference between power and authority. “If a rhinoceros were to enter the restaurant now, there would be no denying he would have great power here. But I would be the first to rise and […]

July 23, 2015

The Politics of the Paucity of Growth

                                                                                                FORBES –  Luis Rubio The incapacity of […]

July 19, 2015

Culture Shock

Luis Rubio None of the ills that currently afflict Mexico is especially recent. For centuries, we Mexicans have known corruption, criminality, the wrongdoings of the government, the poor use of public resources and the propensity of diverse communities, above all in certain regions, to rise up and impose their will. If one concurs with these […]

July 12, 2015

D.F. Compass Absent


July 5, 2015

The Matter of Power

Luis Rubio What is peace? Is it simply the absence of war? Kant thinks not. These are core questions that Kant analyzes in Perpetual Peace. Kant affirms that if peace is no more than a truce and is directed toward both parties regaining strength for their next attack, if peace is no more than the continuation […]