11 November 2010

Interest rates and identity

Interest rates get determined in there somewhere, the way the scope of identity is defined by similitude. Interest rates are a measure of the willingness to lend, where the willingness to lend is tantamount to a willingness to enter into a modified form of gift exchange. Differentiation of interest rates and the willingness or unwillingness to lend also define different classes of identity. 

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