Francis Davies argues with himself in public about writing, books, and more.
Does the modern world force governments to become for-profit corporate entities? Disregarding arguments surrounding a transition to open corpocracy, how far can we make the argument that Western governments brand themselves as ‘traditional’ national administrative bodies, but are increasingly compelled to act in the fashion of a for-profit organisation?
Both the rebellious and the subversive wage war on established tradition and embedded institutions of stagnation, but each travel idiosyncratic trajectories in dismantling the architectures of power.
Ambition is laudable. While most ambition fails, it remains a necessity. Who dares learns. Who learns wins. What, then, can we learn?