Posts Tagged 'organic nature'

Profit-making and Profit-taking

Capitalism in the field of science speaks primarily to the acquisition of money, not the distribution of it.  Money, being amoral, is just concerned with completing the transaction or giving to the receiver the money given with no concern for who or what the receiver is.  In the past, those who have acquired money have kept it to themselves, falsely believing that they were entitled to all of it.

Ideally, people become capitalists when they have an idea and want to develop it, when they see a need and want to fill  it, (both of these things being organic because the human being is organic), while at the same time understanding that when they reach that original goal there might be some very considerable monetary reward for it – in that order.  The belief system, the morality of a country as a whole has to support that understanding and meaning of capitalism.

When the meaning of capitalism is distorted into a belief system that metaphorically allows all of the monetary proceeds to go to the single mind that conceived the original goal, there is a problem because always there are other components to the execution of it, consisting of other people active in actualizng it and Mother Earth if her resources have been utilized.  Every component of the transaction has its own organic integrity and deserves its own monetary return.

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The Exclusivity of Money Transactions

Money transactions are stand-alone transactions that are scientifically protected by law in principle.  The money results of each transaction go to a human being or group of human beings who may not then feel responsibility to anything except the transaction itself.  The example set by money is that of individuality or the scientific terms of the conract, to the exclusion of community, or all of the organic ingredients of the project, which are the local resources and importantly the bowels of Mother Earth.  The profits of such a project organically belong to all of the parties to the contract, including these silent partners, but the scientific stand-alone structure of the transaction allows only the individuals who are legally registered parties to the transaction to benefit from it.  Organic nature, the commercially silent partner, can only be recognized by the conscience of the humans who set up the transaction  The conscience is organic but the will is free to ignore the organic responsibility.  Money’s real value or its claim to authenticity in our organic universe comes solely from the human beings who control it.