How Can Free Market Economics Save Our Forests And Wildlife?

We have no free-market economics today, as a monism of freedom cannot be deemed free, by any reasonable measure.

“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free” — Goethe

One of the keys to reinventing free-market economics is that we – for the first time – purpose-build the operating systems of humanity to yield evolutionary value. Today our rat-race for wealth, promoted by the systems we build, is a rebel without much evolutionary cause, quite destructive to our renewability, let alone that of nature.

So, a new operating-system for humanity that obeys the relativity theory of freedom imposed by nature must – like nature – assign merit only to what boosts the renewable strength of all of humanity. And clearly, forests and wildlife contribute to the renewable strengthening of humanity.


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