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eallen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-08-07 04:42 PM
Response to Reply #210
216. Paraphrasing for short titles isn't easy.
Obviously, an economy doesn't need anything. That was my shorthand for something like "what provides the most added value next, given the current state of the economy now." But that wouldn't fit on the subject line.

I am most definitely not suggesting a view of the economy as organism. The biological analogy is that the economy is much like an ecology.

This is quite relevant to the discussion. First, that hockey stick needs explaining, and Marxism doesn't explain it. Second, most of us want that hockey stick to continue. Which is the one normative view I have injected, explicitly, into this discussion.

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