Whose world is it anyway?

Where a system of ‘care’ often turns into one of ‘control’, does inclusion mean people should fit in with the world or that the world should fit around them? asks Simon Duffy


Studying political philosophy at university, I learned about the powerful ideals that have driven people over the centuries to change the world.

Socialists want to live in a world without exploitation, fascists want power and glory, and liberals want . . .

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