Καλεί δε, την Μ.Βρετανία μετά την έξοδό της από την Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση,
να αναθεώρησει την αξία του χρήματος και του πλούτου, ώστε να υπάρξει
ελπίδα για το μέλλον. Μάλιστα εκτιμά, ότι το αποτέλεσμα του
δημοψηφίσματος επηρεάστηκε από τον τρόπο με τον οποίο ιεραρχεί
η σύγχρονη κοινωνία τα υλικά αγαθά.
Does money matter? Does wealth make us rich any more? These might seem like odd questions for a physicist to try to answer, but Britain’s referendum decision is a reminder that everything is connected and that if we wish to understand the fundamental nature of the universe, we’d be very foolish to ignore the role that wealth does and doesn’t play in our society.
I argued during the referendum campaign that it would be a mistake for Britain to leave the European Union. I’m sad about the result, but if I’ve learned one lesson in my life it is to make the best of the hand you are dealt. Now we must learn to live outside the EU, but in order to manage that successfully we need to understand why British people made the choice that they did. I believe that wealth, the way we understand it and the way we share it, played a crucial role in their decision. As the prime minister, Theresa May, said in her first week in office: “We need to reform the economy to allow more people to share in the country’s prosperity.”...