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“. It is our hearts that beat the supply of vitality that keep us going. “

It is through our hearts, not our minds, that we agree the social contract through which define the economy: what it requires of us; what we are entitled to expect from it.

Through the prevailing social contract we feel that the economy is a market for allocating scarcity transactionally through price, and that growth in transaction volume is the way to alleviate scarcity, and that Markets and Government are the only two social architectures of agency for human beings to shape the economy.

What if these feelings are wrong?

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