Humans thirst for certainty as they do for water. They want to know what to expect for tomorrow. They keep talking to each other to assure understanding, friendship, cooperation, and political, military, and commercial relations. Wars, bad governments, gross inequalities, and natural upheavals unsettle civilization and personal and national certainty about the present and the More
This content originally appeared on CounterPunch.org and was authored by Evaggelos Vallianatos.