I would generally agree, but Marx saw capitalism being overthrown by a worker revolution, first…
Martin Bond

The question Marx asked was “is there some general laws of history that allow us to draw predictions from current state of affairs and trends?” His answer was inadequate, however it seems that at a large enough scale, human beings don’t behave differently from any other living beings; at some point bacteria in a Petri dish are a better approximation of global human behaviour than highly sophisticated philosophical theories. That matches “nudge economics” quite well. And, unfortunately, that also matches “Limits to growth”.

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