Category: Economics

  • What Kind of Anti-Market are You? (You’re some kind, I promise)

    WHAT KIND OF ANTI-MARKET ARE YOU? What kind of anti-market activity do you prefer? – Fascism: anti-market for politics, commons, norms, and limited market for goods, services, and information – Libertarianism: anti-market for commons, politics, but market for norms, goods, services, information. – Libertinism: anti-market for norms,politics, but market for goods, services and information. – Classical Liberalism: markets for good […]

  • The State of Mathematical Economics

      Understanding advanced mathematics of economics and physics for ordinary people. The Mengerian revolution, which we call the Marginalist revolution, occurred when the people of the period applied calculus ( the mathematics of “relative motion”) to what had been largely a combination of accounting and algebra. 20th century economics can be seen largely as an attempt to apply the mathematics […]

  • Q&A: “Curt How Do I Learn About Economics”

    IMPLIED (why don’t you recommend the Jewish austrian canon of : mises, rothbard, hoppe? In fact, why not austrians at all? GREAT QUESTION: No I don’t really recommend you read Mises, Rothbard or Hoppe any longer, except for the works below, qualified as I have qualified them below. And all of Austrian (Mengerian) Economics has been incorporated into mainstream economics, […]

  • The Error Of The Ancients: War is Fine But Economics Beneath Them

    THE ERROR OF THE ANCIENTS: TALKING BIZ WAS “OH, SO, BOURGEOISE” Aside from the conquest of the west by byzantine mysticism, the central problem of western philosophy was thinking and ruling classes avoidance of the centrality of economics. We get philosophy to circumvent the traditional law. And we get science to circumvent the traditional church. And we finally get jewish […]

  • Yes We Need A New Mathematical Revolution On The Scale Of Calculus : The Unit Of Commensurability In That Mathematics, Is Property, And Its Grammar Is Morality

    The mathematical order of big data? Property. 1) Humans (life) is acquisitive. 2) Humans seek to acquire a limited number of categories of things. from experiences (feelings), to information, affection, mates, associates, and all manner of material things. 3) Human seek to avoid losses – more so than to acquire. especially life, children, kin, and mates, but also anything else […]