Ethosism: Self-Enslavement Abolitionist Manifesto by Jo M. Sekimonyo (Book Review #1313)


Ethosism is a nonfiction book about how that socialism is just another means of enslaving society under the capitalist model. The author seeks to provide a better understanding of the situation and show how, in the 21st century, we have the means to engage and be involved in any enterprise and, because of it, how Capitalism, socialism, and communism have been affected.

There is no doubt about how in-depth and informative this book is. The author displays an immense amount of knowledge of the subject matter and fully entertains, examines, and forecasts what is happening.

I particularly enjoyed where the author discusses climate change and how social class conflicts result from the paradigm shift.

While this book might not be for everyone but if you are into sociology and economics, you will really enjoy this book.

Written by Jeyran Main

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2 Comments on “Ethosism: Self-Enslavement Abolitionist Manifesto by Jo M. Sekimonyo (Book Review #1313)

  1. All right, I’ll buy this one. This looks like a different perspective on the mismatch of socialism and human nature, and I’d be interested.

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