Unpacking Capital

November 7, 2011

The key to any distributive economy is to de-aggragate the various sectors of the economy.   The part of Marx that we cannot forget or get past is that the power and fatalism of capital is that it drives all labor, goods, and services to  a single point of accumulation.  On the level of human needs and wants, though, all satisfaction do not need to be equitable.  There is no reason the health care and food production, for example, or technology and clothing should be part of the same economic system.  There does not need to be an equivalent term (money or capital) that translates all moments of the economy.

Every sector should have its own rules of transference.

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