Monthly Archives: December 2013

Capitalism and its Competitors

Intelligent people, some with degrees in economics, have often told me that their perception of capitalism is an economy characterised by “growth”. They give examples as to how it is expected that the stock market indices will increase and the … Continue reading

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The Perceptual Foundation Flaw.

The western world almost universally accepts that it is the natural tendency of human societies for individuals to aggregate.  It is assumed that the natural social evolution is to “urbanize” and the arguments that differing social, racial and economic groups … Continue reading

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