Monopoly, Georgism, and Modern Day Capitalism | Eduardo Koryani Cortez | TEDxPhillipsExeterAcademy İndir

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  • 22 Eki 2018

  • Since the board game's inception in the turn of the 20th Century to the present day, Monopoly has in many ways defined the American nuclear family. References to the game are found in popular media, and many criticise the game for teaching younglings that the world is intrinsically unfair due to capitalistic practices. This talk focuses on answering these questions by looking at the board game in the greater context of the generations that played it – from the nonconformists to capitalism in the turn of the 20th Century to the ideological combats of both the Second World War and the Cold War to modern-day players in the Internet Age. Eduardo is a 10th grader at Phillips Exeter Academy This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  • Nate Blair
    Nate Blair 1 yıl önce

    Thanks. I look forward to watching.

  • Brian McCleery
    Brian McCleery 1 yıl önce

    Great topic, terrible sound.

  • Simplify
    Simplify 1 yıl önce

    Cool vid

  • metcairn 0
    metcairn 0 9 ay önce

    Huge non sequitur. The fact that it's more fun to play a game against each other rather than "against the game" does not support the claim that competition is the main motivation in and advantage of our economic system. Literally every psychological healthy individual strives to be good at their job for another reason.