Monthly Archives: January 2014

Having MRSI

In the world of existential psychology and neuroscience there is the “minimum required stimulus” that actuates a response. Psychology, being a science, is concerned with empirical measurement. The practical concept is borrowed, with empirical measurement in mind, to develop the … Continue reading

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Yielding to the Intention

Pluralism demonstrates as the existence. It is an indefinite condition (freedom) by default, allowing for verifiable hypothesis, resisting the intended constructs that determine the self utilizing methods designed to yield a valid existence. Recognizing that pluralism is the default condition … Continue reading

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The MRSI Payment

(The Act of Full Employment Compensation: Pluralizing the Risk Proportion) It is possible to avoid the gamma-risk proportion by not yielding to the intendency. Capitalists, of course, know it is impossible for everyone to attain the status of being in … Continue reading

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What Are the Odds?

Quantum valuation of the risk was big news recently. With 85 people having more wealth than 3.9 billion at the bottom, world wide, what are the odds of maintaining that risk proportion? Economics is essentially about measuring risk. Capitalists defend … Continue reading

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Measurable Growth

If we say that GDP, being an aggregate (gross) measure, does not measure the quality of life, and so it is not an accurate measure of domestic product, we can then say that growth is not an entirely economic measure, … Continue reading

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Quantum Values

When considering matters of morality, quantum measures tend not to be considered in the first order. Since moral (normative) measures are subjective, Objectivists explain, for example, they have no empirical value. In fact, they say, because moral value is subjectively … Continue reading

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Rate of Participation

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the participation rate is at a 30-year low. At 62.8% and falling, even at a near-zero interest rate for many years now, the Republican policy program that guides it is a statistical failure. (Keep … Continue reading

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