Can The Anarcho-Capitalist Message Be Improved?

That which is partial cannot describe the whole. Science and religion are the two tools for human discovery of reality but when these are not appreciated to be in harmony then the end result will be incomplete and unsatisfying to human reason. The atheistic leanings in some anarcho-capitalist circles will ring hollow to people who have a more inclusive understanding of the workings of the world as perceived by subjective beings – us.

An improved definition of praxeology: The study of purposeful human action by spiritual beings.

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Producers Are Keen To Detect Passivity.

Viewing another aspect of entrepreneurial form leads us to reconsider the fact that resource owners and consumers are often passive. They act as if the prices they see are ‘equilibrium’ prices. These errors yield opportunities for profitable activity.

‘Enter the producers!’ since they are never immune from competition. They inevitably and significantly take on the role of entrepreneur; seekers. The drive for producing the best products at the lowest prices, subject to competitive pressures, makes the producer a natural candidate for keen alertness.

The economy is a dynamic matrix of human action and passivity is quickly detected and corrected by those whose entrepreneurial spirit is keen. Producers are keen indeed!

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Capital Goods Are Consumed But Are Not Consumer Goods.

If you live in a cave and eat berries from the bush next to the cave then you may not be dependent on capital goods but then you will not be the one reading this and so if you are reading this then you are dependent on capital goods.

Capital goods are goods that are used to make consumer goods and other capital goods. Pretty much everything that you use to satisfy your needs and desires is wholly dependent on capital goods. Capital goods come into existence because there is capital available. In other words, someone(s) saved enough for their savings to be used to pay for the resources needed (human resources included) in the lengthy production process that occurs and before anything that can be consumed is produced.

Capital is good, it is very good, because it is absolutely necessary for everyone except for the naked cave-dweller who will quickly perish without it.

Capital goods are not eternal or magical. They are subject to the forces at play in the world and so they deteriorate over time or become obsolete. In other words, just as important as the original capital is new capital to sustain what is and to make progress.

None of this has anything to do with ‘crony capitalism’ which is the consequence of statism. The State protects its cronies from market competition and in return both the State and its cronies get richer while the poor get poorer. This perverted outcome that results from crony capitalism is the version of ‘capitalism’ that the State-controlled ‘education’ system ‘teaches’ (indoctrinates) and this perverted outcome that results from crony capitalism is also the version of ‘capitalism’ attacked as unseemly by the State-controlled media as part of its propagandizing of the population. Also part of that propaganda is, of course, the savior – the State is what is needed to save people from evil capitalism. Hogwash and economic nonsense!

Capital is a beautiful human expression of choice that is used creatively as part of human action to make things better; advancing civilization. Do yourself a favor and cure yourself from the disease of the ideology of statism.

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Divine Economy Theory Exposes And Erases Marx and Keynes.

One of the distinguishing features of the divine economy is the absence of the ego-driven interventionists. The logic of the divine economy theory proves that intervention into the economy is a corruption. Therefore to transform the economy from its current stricken condition to its preordained state of affairs, the interventionists need to be rendered impotent.

Divine economy theory proves that there is no authority given to any human to intervene for the simple reason that no mind could possibly foresee all of the consequences. All acts of intervention ultimately create injustices in the world.

The two most well known interventionists are Karl Marx and Lord Keynes. It is no coincidence that each of these individuals were tremendous egotists. Their designs for the world were merely delusions of grandeur that were spurred on by their ego. This spiritual illness, them being consumed by their egos, is reflected in their economic views. Theirs is the dishonor of being unquestionably known as interventionists extraordinaire.

We are now entering a new era in economic theory, one which is freed from the shackles of intervention. There is no longer any reason to pay any attention to the fallacious theories of ego-driven interventionists. A great deal of the current economic plight and blight stems directly from adherence to their doctrines.

It is time to erase the names and doctrines of Marx and Keynes from modern economic thought since the expression of their dark natures in ‘economic and political literature’ caused mankind to trudge through a very dark period in history – one that is full of injustices and corruption.

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Language, Natural Law, And Inherent Truth-Seeking.

One of the unique features of humans according to natural law is the ability to seek after truth. As evidence of this we saw the development of language which did not happen in animals.

Human language is distinctive in its descriptive nature which means that it is used to describe things and this can be done to the nth degree. The reason this reflects the nature of humans to seek after truth is because the described identification is either that specific something or it is not, the identification is either true or not. Another way that human language is distinctive is in its argumentative nature which enables all things to be tested by using conjunctions (and & or, for example) and it is by this comparing and contrasting and examining that the nature of humans to seek after truth is exercised. In other words humans developed language because they inherently are seekers after truth.

Human language serves as one of the most potent tools for fulfilling the human reality as it helps us to investigate the truth of statements and whether inferences are correct or not. For instance it is the tool that we have used to formulate natural law!

Unlike animals humans are not tied to perceptions of the senses and can think abstractly which leads to the derivation  of  words and humans can make explicit inferences moving from one concept to another. All of these are relative to the subjective self, a self-consciousness which is uniquely human. A self-consciousness that inherently is truth-seeking.

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Entrepreneurs Bring About Lower Prices, Higher Quality, And More Choices.

The entrepreneur discovers a profit opportunity when the prices of products somewhere in the production process are not properly adjusted to the prices of the resource services in the factor markets. A keen eye for assessing the marginal value product of each factor, relative to the final price of the good consumed, helps the entrepreneur determine whether its ‘productive share’ is undervalued (or overvalued).

Lower prices, higher quality, and more products to choose from are what people want so entrepreneurs are also striving for these and deserve the credit for bringing them about. Along the way the profit seeking entrepreneur brings about new cooperative arrangements between previously disconnected parties. For example, resource owners may be made aware of a profit opportunity and then decide to take on the role of a capitalist. Another example, as a result of entrepreneurial discovery producers may begin working with new resource owners or they may begin producing for a different group of consumers.

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