[ox-en] Re: The nature of apple trees
- From: Stefan Merten <smerten oekonux.de>
- Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 19:48:58 +0200
Yesterday CTVN wrote:
but while exchange and money
certainly have their drawbacks, it has contributed also quite a bit
towards development of mankind.
It contributed *a lot* to this development - no doubt. Just as
feudalism contributed *a lot* to this development before. But we are
at the beginning of a new era where the potential of exchange and
money is overcome by a new economical system being not based on
imv, money is a very pragmatic and
effective tool to get whats needed
If you need to force / coerce people to do so: Yes. In Free Software
you don't need to force / coerce people to do useful things.
im wondering on basis of what real world evidence one can be so 200% sure
that a world without money and exchange is more effective, desireable and
Of course this is hard to see if you only look at the surface. To be
200% sure you need to understand the change in the mode of production.
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