Monday, September 12, 2011

Derek Wall

"Capitalism is an articulated system. A key node is of course property rights, but capitalism links economics, culture and politics — it’s a whole system..."

Correct, up to here. "...and it’s a process that exploits and degrades both humanity and the rest of nature."

Not necessarily. More benign parts of capitalism ought to be recognized, if only for the reason that this system is already here, and, if indeed capitalism has some good parts, all you have to do is preserve those.

My "cut" and "paste" was taken from the blogpost, about eleven short paragraphs down.

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