Cutting the Gordian Knot of Technological Unemployment with Unconditional Basic Income
Scott Santens

The author has made some solid points, but has completely avoided the question of who would pay for the universal income, and what form that payment would take. These are critical make-or-break questions. Also, the notion that most people would be “freed” by not having to work needs to be debunked: only a small minority of people would be freed by not having to work: most would degenerate.

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