New Book on the American Corporation
Phoenix AZ – Writer Robert Villegas has released a book entitled What's Wrong with the Corporation. This book is written for anyone seeking to understand the modern mind.
The ideas and principles presented in this book can help understand what pragmatism is doing to the modern mind and turning society into a social justice campaign against capitalism. The book discusses the recent effort by the Business Roundtable to change the definition of the term known as the "corporation"
"The modern mind is beset with a number of cognitive errors that bear upon the purpose of this book. They also bear upon a philosophy which essentially prohibits a free flow of ideas and opinions. This is the philosophy of pragmatism. Yet, few people know they are living under the oppressive nature of pragmatism. Instead, they think they are free to do whatever they want to advance new ideas and challenge the status quo. More importantly, they don't know that their deepest held beliefs are destroying their knowledge of reality and fomenting social failure.
"This booklet is part of a wider study about the making of the modern mind. I propose that pragmatism, and its parents in Europe, have negatively impacted man's mind and have restricted human development. In order to understand this, we must understand pragmatism."
You can order What's Wrong with the Corporation?
About the Author:
Robert Villegas is an Arizona Author specializing in fiction, romance, theater and philosophy. He was born in South Texas (Weslaco) but raised in Indiana. He is Hispanic-American but American in every sense of the word. He has spent a lifetime in the business world as a UPS executive and also worked in locations all over the United States and Europe. He is an Army veteran who served in Korea as a telecommunications specialist serving in the 7th Infantry Division in Camp Casey, Korea. He was educated in Indiana and earned a Degree through the University of the State of NY (Albany) via an external degree program. He is divorced with three grown children and three grandchildren.