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Re: [ox-en] There is no such thing like "peer money"

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(don't know why I keep writing "it's" when it's "its" unless a contraction
of "it is" :-)  )

On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 11:15 AM, Samuel Rose <samuel.rose> wrote:

Stefan, we are totally cool, I like you, and I have learned much from your
germ theory ideas.

I just want to get down to where we have a disconnect. You replies below
help me understand that.

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On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 4:54 AM, Stefan Meretz <stefan.meretz>

On 2008-07-13 00:16, Samuel Rose wrote:
Btw. a side remark (also for Sam): money and business are by no
means natural things. They cannot create an "ecolology". This is a
myth, but as Marx had shown, a kind of "real operating myth". We
should not render homage to the fetish.

I think I actually called it a "human ecology" which includes human
creations such as mediums of communication, cities, human technology,

You called it "money-driven human ecology", I focus on "money-driven"
and you on "human ecology". That's ok. I am sorry, I don't want to
bother you.

So, that is one disconnect, because I see the totality of what we as humans
have now as a direct extension of the continuum of evolution from the
tiniest bacterium from billions of years ago, right up to us. I don't see us
humans, nor all of our creations as somehow "separate". Sure, our way of
doing things sucks, but we only came onto the scene pretty recently compared
to much of the rest of what is out there living right now.

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