25 January 2011

A matter of sacred custom

Nothing in the free market stops competitors from mortgaging away their fertile cores to win short term gains. 
The line that divides too much from too little, like the line that divides creative enterprise from extractive enterprise, cannot be endogeneously fixed. It is a matter of sacred custom. 
It's about the distribution of ownership of inalienable assets and the designation of how much is too much and must therefore be transformed into non-material values. 

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