A couple of weeks ago I reviewed I Spend, Therefore I Am, by Philip Roscoe. It’s a serious book that deals with how economic language and modes of thinking has crept into everyday life, and what the consequences might be. Philip Roscoe’s guide to a non-economic life is not quite so serious, but it makes some great points. See what you think.
Police your thoughts!
Wonder why your landlord throws you out when you attempt to pay him in barter.
Tie yourself up in knots being both amazed and disgusted by the skyscraper built by the economic thinking you reject.
My intention is generous, do not mean to be full-blown, intellectual jerk,
What about the following:
concerning the homo modernus, producer, consumer, product. And… the price of the product is definitely and probably finally waining.
The logical evolution hinted at is rationalised and evidenced in a next paper as one of the logical consequences of economic thinking over the last decades. Hope this is not of-topic as a comment to the above article.