Category: Sociology, (Class, IQ)

  • Racialism?

    —“CURT: DO YOU BELIEVE IN/SUPPORT RACIALISM?— (choice quotes here) (I view this, and all racial questions, as stupid but here is my answer.) I don’t know what that means. I advocate truth is more competitively advantageous than falsehood. In the case of race, people everywhere at all times demonstrate kin selection (except at the margins). In polities, under monarchy, this […]

  • The Diseconomies of Scale

    —“At what point do diseconomies of organizational scale kick in or is this a flawed frame?”—Lee Tucker That is the entire question as far as I am concerned. If we take an empirical look, the scale increases with available information systems, and the homogeneity of the population. But in simple terms, a city = a market, and a market must […]

  • The Functions of the Classes

    THE FUNCTIONS OF THE CLASSES (propertarian class theory) ——UPPER——- TOOL OF COERCION: FORCE – MILITARY, LAW, SHERIFF 1) UPPER – PRODUCTION OF ORDER (SOVEREIGNTY) Rule Economyt (Aristocracy Profit from the Organization of Labor+K) ——MIDDLE——- TOOL OF COERCION – REMUNERATION – ORGANIZATION, DISTRIBUTION AND TRADE 2) UPPER MIDDLE – ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION (LIBERTY) Capitalism ( Organization of Labor+Knowledge ) 3) MIDDLE […]

  • Using Horizontal and Vertical Classes

    —“Curt, I’d like to ask about your break down of class. It seems based on IQ and income level is that a correct assessment?”— Um… well, I use genetic, social, occupational, and economic classes – even though they overlap a great deal as horizontal classes. And I use the three specializations in means of coercion as vertical classes. But since […]

  • Levels of Education

    CALCULATION (PREDICTION) 140 Physics and Econometrics (applied mathematics) (ORGANIZATION OF ENTROPY) BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING (ORGANIZATION OF GROWTH) 130 Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, ENGINEERING (CONSTRUCTION) 120 computer science (language), electronic engineering ( fields ), mechanical engineering (power), public engineering (mass, scale and distance), structural engineering (forces of nature) COMPUTATION (MEASUREMENT) 110 Law, Finance, Accounting, ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION (ORGANIZATION) 105 Business and Marketing Criminal […]

  • Smartness vs Genius

    There is a big difference between smartness and genius. I consider quite a few people smarter than I am in this dimension or that – and I think it’s related to their ability to master things like chess, chemistry, and mathematics, using axiomatic systems to permute applications of rules within the limits of the game. In other words, those people […]

  • Q&A: “Curt: What Defines Middle Class?”

    —“What defines the middle class according to you? I go by the British definition” — Dawid Wella The common definition is: —“the social group between the upper(not working) and working (laboring) classes, including professional and business workers and their families(managerial).”— I would use: ***”People who calculate, organize, manage, production, distribution, and trade.”*** Because I think it is the best book […]

  • Repositioning Economics, Sociology, Philosophy and Law

    [S]o today I have discussed repositioning economics as social science, and social science as pseudoscience. And repositioning philosophy as positive aspirational literature of rationalist priests, and negative critical law, of empirical judges. This mirrors the epistemological method of creative free association to arrive at hypothesis, and criticism to test theories in the hope of discovering laws from that survives. This […]

  • Definition of Class: Reproductive Value

    (profound) (complete decidability) (objective morality)  [S]ocial class refers a rough division of humans into a distribution by their reproductive value. There is a competition between the classes, as there is a competition between all living organisms – and there must be for evolution continue and the species to persist. The competition between the classes is dysgenic at the bottom and […]

  • Rock, Paper, Scissors: Three Coercive Technologies, and Three Social Classes

    There are three means of coercing groups of people with institutions 1) Force, or the threat of force A person has a VIOLENCE INCENTIVE to behave in a particular way when it has been made known to him that failure to do so will result in some form of physical aggression being directed at him by other members of the […]