THE MORAL WORLD
There are in existence two types of moral worlds.
First: the moral world of the animals, the innate moral world [I].
In the animal world there are no economic interests.
Second: the moral world of economic humankind [I+C].
Herein we find the innate moral world of the animals [I] plus, and layered on top of [I], the codified [C] law governed moral world. Only in Humankind is it that we find that these two bound up in complicated relationships. We note too that the codified world has never ending conflicting codes. Many of these relationships are discussed herein.
Political Economy With A Twist
pea5008. Understanding that the Parthenon is dead labor made manifest. But it is not Capital. See that Bulldozer over there – it is capital – dead labor made manifest. What makes it capital is that a living human laborer can go operate it, vivify it, to make value-added.
The labor embodied in all idle objective in your face means of production is ‘dead’, and such an establishment without current living wage and salary workers produces nothing but honey comb rust. (Even a farm without farm-labor at least produces weeds for feed). All these means of production need the human touch to vitalize them. The continuous application of present living human labor is needed to make capital of any use to the 3E. Thus we see that in 3E dominated society, it is the owners of ‘dead’ labor (instruments of production, raw materials etc.) who dominate and subjugate the living salary and wage labor of the 5E. The system – to use the vernacular, is ass about face and often as not leads to war. (Remembering also that capital can be socialized capital. Socialized capital runs a high risk of being taken over by the bureucrati. That is another whole horror show.) 5008 — your arguments; your thoughts.
Ship Of State
Dear Recipient, This is an insight into today’s world: the economic collapse that is on its way; and how to deal with it philosophically & politically.
-The Ship Of State-
I hope you gain some valuable knowledge from the contents of this post.
Arguments in Materialist Philosophy
SOME PRODUCE IT – ALL CONSUME IT
Everyone wills their own destiny and out of that comes that which no one wills.
Live, one and all, by this simple rule – ‘Be Kind.’ but don’t be a starry eyed idealist – those who profit by being unkind are the arseholes of this world.
“Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of a new bureaucracy.” Kafka usually the acronymious crowd are created by the elected crowd – this to weld chains around the necks of, not only themselves but, society as a whole.
THINK OF MONEY IN ALL ITS FORMS AS LABOR TOKENS: How’s about this then – Capital (Public or Private) is nothing but Dead Labor lording it over Living Labor: Do you ever get the feeling that you are always being shrewded to death by the PTB?
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