Some Economics of Abundance

Art by Cynthia Decker

Scarcity is often considered a natural, eternal condition. There is not, and cannot be, enough for everybody, wrote Thomas Malthus in 1798:

“…the power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to produce subsistence for man.”

Because of resource scarcity, life is not free; we must earn our livings. Surely, life has never been ‘free’. All species appear to organize…

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Oshan Jarow

Oshan Jarow

Interested in many things, like consciousness, meditation & economics. Sure of nothing, like how to exist well, or play the sax (yet). More: www.MusingMind.org.