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| Posté le: 22/02/2018 11:52:39 Sujet du message: Micro-capitalism vs. micro-communism
I have been intermittently attempting to push the functioning of my brain to its limits through consideration of systems theory and how it applies to my lifestyle. My organically created reading list/stack is reflective of this. Somehow, I have recently landed on the intersection of the Venn diagram where frugality/conservation intersects with communism, because from different threads of my reading web, I came upon "Four Futures: Life After Capitalism" by Peter Frase, and "The Right to Be Lazy" by Paul Lafargue (Marx's son-in-law) 1907 (with 1975 Introduction by Fred Thompson which attempts to integrate then new science of Ecology with the theme of the original essay. ) I am going to start this discussion from the premise that the majority of the members of this forum would agree that personal liberty should or likely will somehow be held/kept in balance with personal responsibility. For instance, if my sister/housemate maintains the liberty to own 4 dogs but does not take personal responsibility if one of them pees in my bedroom then there will likely be consequences. I choose this example because it is inclusive of the expense of waste disposal in consumption/production cycle. This would be a better example for the purposes of this post if, as I have suggested, instead of allowing her dogs to be completely useless, she attached them to yokes and mill and made them earn their keep by grinding grain and/or at least producing enough electricity to charge her cell phone, and thereby assign them a productive function.
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