Reflux and the Cosmopalitan

January 14, 2012

It is perhaps in the area of cosmopolitan desire where is is hard to imagine progress without capitalism. Remember by the cosmopolitan we are talking about economic activity that for practical matters we treat as “human.” These activities include health care, communication, and information. How motivate people to create such things unless there is a promise of theoretically unlimited profit. Certainly we know that competition isn’t the answer to the harmful effects here. Ending reflux does not rule out equality exactly, but we must end a system that inherently allows when those who are not creative to amass a fortune from an economy that systematically falls to distribute goods more justly. I don’t have a solution to this, but it is one of our essential problems.

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