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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 5 / 2011 (558)

The Fall of Hierarchical Systems

„The hierarchical control of power has failed as a generator of wealth, the hierarchical control of wealth is starting to show signs of failure in realizing the access to power.”

Among other challenges thrown by capitalism which have not received a rational answer there is truly fundamental one: are economic crises a part of the essence of the system? The mechanical perception of the problem may explicitly suggest the interpretation of the challenge; which means that the capitalist system - as a societal formula of organization interested in attesting the truth on the path of efficiency - should not go through recursive stages of near-crisis. The base of this positive construction, capitalism, a developer of efficient order in the form of the accumulation of the specific substance called wealth, would never know cyclicity but only progress.


The Fall of Hierarchical Systems
Marin Dinu

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