Tag: human dignity

Saving Our Digital Selves: Personalisation, Habermas & the GDPR

The motto of the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago triumphantly reads, “Science Finds, Industry Applies, Man Conforms.” Such a motto paints a deterministic picture of science as unreflectively accumulating bits of knowledge, independent of final ends and applications. Science is

Why Rewiring Our Financial System Should Concern Us All?

My name is Stéphanie Mareva Failloux. I am from Tahiti and have lived in Paris for twenty-five years. After graduating in 1997, I started my career in finance, first at Banque Paribas and then at Lehman Brothers in London and

Germany Adopted a Universal Basic Income, and Nobody Noticed

Germany may have bagged itself a universal basic income (UBI) through a legal back door.  We’ll never know if the judges at the German Supreme Court in Karlsruhe were fully aware of the enormous consequences of their verdict last year.