He has published articles in Latin American Research Review, Political Psychology, Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, Politics & Policy, and Journal of Social Issues, among other outlets. Lagunes is also the co-editor with Susan Rose-Ackerman of Greed, Corruption, and the Modern State: Essays in Political Economy (forthcoming).
He comes over, picks up the essay. He reads it, and either exclaims (depending on the flip of a coin just before he came in the door), Well I can see from your essay you’ve got a great personality, honest, intelligent, popular – or – Well I can see from your essay you’re not so great, not very bright, unpopular, also a phony.
Greed Essay - 1303 Words | Bartleby
I am aware that this essay barely scratches the surface on the issue ofabuse, enslavement and cruelty that is inflicted upon animals, worldwide. Ido not have the knowledge nor the means at this time to write a complete essayabout this most disturbing facet of human behavior. All I know is that asmembers of the human race, we are guilty of turning away from the horrors doneto animals either because of our lack of knowledge, denial (as in refusing toacknowledge such ugly reality), or because of our refusal to take action due toour selfish self-absorption with our own individual problems. Every bit ofcooperation and involvement counts. Gradually, we can take steps towards thebetterment of human treatment of animals, and maybe all of these horrific storiesof animal abuse that occur in our lifetime will one day be told to futuregenerations as tales about a civilization that used to exist which was comprisedof humans consumed by greed and capable of committing satanic acts of crueltyonto all other living species;whowere insensitive to the extent of engaging in the killing of animals and calledit a "sport".