Why Is Capitalism Said To Be Amoral?

A Machiavellian vile-maxim is amoral, but it need not be this way.

Capitalism can be deemed amoral because capitalism not subjugated to the paradoxical principles of freedom quickly turns into a vile-maxim; all for oneself and nothing for another. A Machiavellian endeavor void of solidarity, and thus void of empathy towards the plight of others. Amoral to the renewable evolutionary needs of the human species.

But we can reinvent capitalism, by subjugating it to evolution, and thus dramatically improve its morality and relevance.

 

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