Georg Henrik von Wright — Finnish Philosopher born on June 14, 1916, died on June 16, 2003

Georg Henrik von Wright was a Finnish philosopher, who succeeded Ludwig Wittgenstein as professor at the University of Cambridge. He published in English, Finnish, German, and in Swedish, having belonged to the Swedish-speaking minority of Finland. Von Wright was of both Finnish and 17th-century Scottish ancestry... (wikipedia)

If one is satisfied with things, one doesn't complain about the downsides that exist, either.
Society is becoming less and less transparent. People no longer know where decisions that substantially affect their lives are taken, nor by whom, nor how.
Transnational, gigantic industrial companies no longer operate within political systems, but rather above them.

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