The Fundamental Change That Is Wrecking The Old Rules About Work & Poverty
DavidGrace
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While most of the points you make make sense from an exchange based way of thinking, they miss the point that full automation of processes allows universal abundance of any such good or service.

Anything universally abundant has zero market value.

Automation is making the very idea of exchange redundant.

Markets are rapidly approaching the point that they will deliver greater risk than benefit to most of us.

We really do need to start thinking about alternative, abundance based paradigms that deliver individual freedom and individual security — it seems that there are an infinite set of such things; but they are very difficult to even conceive of from within a market based paradigm.

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