In what follows, we suggest viewing basic income not as income, but as the capacity to produce and thus to participate actively in society
Basic Income and the New Universalism
Roope Mokka

This is a very good perspective! It has never been about the outputs of income, but the value of the inputs if an engaged and valued society.

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