Friday, June 27, 2014

What Is The Relationship Between Education And Subjectivism?

The joy of the soul is best perpetuated once it is introduced into the matrix of this world if it can follow a pathway of purity and sanctity and illumination. The ideal situation is pure water; and nutritious food; and loving parents that extends over time to loving family and friends; and teachers who are compassionate, having a good sense of humor, freed from prejudices, and who know how to encourage and stimulate learning.

Based on what are the real circumstances that are experienced each individual, then, is a subjective human being.

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Monday, February 17, 2014

Culture Of Entrepreneurship In A Business Firm.

The human world in which ethics advances and in which there is justice operates through reward and punishment. But reward and punishment are not one-dimensional. They can be very subtle and yet still very effective. For example, a glance of disapproval from a beloved friend or family member can be a very powerful punishment just as an encouraging and loving pat on the back can be a very powerful reward. With this in mind then it is easy to come to agreement that ethics advances and justice operates through reward and punishment.

Another example of reward and punishment that occurs naturally and that should not be interfered with is the reward and punishment of profit and loss as part of the market process. Absent the distortions caused by interventionism this is a sufficient condition for ethical economics and economic justice. For example, incentives and disincentives tied to productivity in any and all of its manifestations within the framework of the division of labor create an honorable work ethic. Those who have a weak work ethic would feel first-hand the disincentive from being unproductive and if it happens that their lack of productivity is truly because they have a weak work ethic then it is only justice that they can make their complaints against. The incentives and disincentives will help them to strengthen their work ethic.

Within a firm the same thing applies. Inside the firm there is a structure within which reward and punishment operates in all of its subtleties. Unlike with an individual the firm may have internal layers that move the productive efforts of the individuals away from direct interaction with market prices. Within the firm the incentive and disincentive strategy may or may not be reflective of the real world market. The further away the incentive/disincentive strategy of the firm is from the real world market the more likely there will be errors that will ultimately affect the viability of the firm.

And so it is necessary for the firm to create a culture of entrepreneurship in such a way that there are ties to the market process ideally at every locus of decision/action. Alertness must include detecting the closeness to market prices and discovering ways to stay close. If a firm has this as its goal it will inherently be innovative and a source of bounty for those within the firm. At the same time this kind of firm will be able to render service optimally to those people who desire what the firm has to offer.

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Friday, January 3, 2014

A Non-Propagandized Working Definition Of Capitalism.

The 'mixed' economy is not a variety of capitalism; it is a variety of statism. The ‘capital’ that exists in the ‘mixed’ economy is held captive by the State in a ‘mixed’ economy that leans towards socialism, and the ‘capital’ that exists in the more fascist version of the ‘mixed’ economy is undermined by counterfeiting and is made into a means and method of political bribery. To be able to critically evaluate capitalism, then, it is essential to examine its true nature, in a non-propagandized mode of operation.

First of all, if the true nature of capitalism was made known then everyone would reject statism for a whole host of reasons, economic and ethical. In other words the State has to propagandize, with falsity, capitalism or else statism would be cast into the dustbin of failed man-made systems. The self-preservation and lust for power of the State drives its proponents and agents to use propaganda tools to misinform everyone about free market capitalism.

Capital is what makes available goods and services in the future and it is what makes possible any and all improvements of the goods and services available. At the same time it is what pays the income of those who are a part of the production process, whether that production is for goods and services available right now in the market (unless revenues exceed costs), or whether that production is for goods and services that will come into the market in the future. There is no person in the world who is not a beneficiary of capital. It is simply and naturally a part of the economy.

Capitalism (a non-propagandized definition) is a synonym for an unhampered free market economy, a contractual society built upon the foundation of property rights. If you ponder the meaning of these words you will recognize that capitalism has not yet existed at any time on the Earth as of yet. What this means is that all of the negative attributes assigned to capitalism are really just the bad fruits of ‘mixed’ economies.

Theoretically, in both economics and in ethics, the unhampered free market economy is the optimal and the best means for peace and prosperity. There is empirical evidence from various historical examples of when relatively free markets existed for periods of time in various places around the world. None of these were unhampered free market economies or fully contractual societies built upon the foundation of property rights. There has always been some interventionism.

The critics of ‘capitalism’ are perceptive. They see the obvious flaws of the ‘mixed’ economy but because of the propagandized definition of capitalism they foolishly clamor for more statism! Such is the plight of humanity in these, the Dark Ages of economics. There is a technological breakthough in economic science that will help to dispel this blight of economic ignorance. That breakthrough is the divine economy theory.

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