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Book details
  • Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:History & Theory
  • Language:English
  • Pages:117
  • eBook ISBN:9781626756281

It Comes Undone

Political Essays

by Eli Levine

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Overview
A collection of essays by Eli Levine that give some new insights into the workings of government, society, economics and environmentalism.
Description
A collection of essays by Eli Levine and some quotables taken from his Facebook page, this is the product of almost 3 years of observation, study and processing. It develops into complexity science, but initially started off as a call for empirical governing (governing based on the tangible effects of policies' actions, rather than ones' own ideological bent). This book brings you from Classical to current events and takes on a fundamentally different view of the social universe that all human beings are apart of and, indeed, all life is apart of as well. Like him, love him, hate him, vilify him, he will make you think, and he will challenge some of our deepest held notions about ourselves, power relations and the ultimate roles that we play in the cosmos.
About the author
Eli Levine is a graduate from Hobart and William Smith Colleges who studied International Relations, Political Science and Sociology. After being left in a jobless lurch after graduation, he sat down and begin to type out his observations of the world through his young eyes and stumbled across some things that could change the face of humanity forever (in his own very humble opinion of it). As of April, 2013, he has been accepted to the University of Kentucky for Public Finance, and is waiting to hear back on an appointment to Americorps NCCC.
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