Like the zombies, we pursue the same goal, our supposed “self-interest,” but we pursue it mindlessly and without cooperation with each other.
The United States spends almost as much in public money as the English do, yet we do not have universal health care.
Political subsidiarity means little if the industrial system remains concentrated; collecting taxes locally if production is not also widespread.
We have all been trained up to the belief that jobs are something in the gift of great corporations or government bureaucracies.
Money flows like water for these people, usually corporate money, water largely used in an attempt to baptize Mises.
For Aristotle, natural exchange was that necessary to provision the household, while unnatural exchange had money alone for its object.
In abandoning the “ought” in the name of science, economists abandoned the one principle that could make the discipline scientific.
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