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The Existence Resistance

While it is interesting to speculate why there are nihilistic tendencies, how to functionally operationalize it is the immediate problem. Bombing people into inexistence just reinforces the demand for destruction. Adam Smith, for example, being a moral philosopher (and remember, … Continue reading

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Containment of Natural Identity

Containment of natural risk sounds unnatural doesn’t it. If the probable risk is .5 and is managed to appear as .2, over time the measure of .3 (the difference–the value to be arbitraged by argument) will show its existence (the … Continue reading

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The Existence, Plentifully Supplied

Resistance to Zero Existence If prices at the grocery store force you into a trade off (a state of nihilism) then, as Adam Smith observed, you are not enjoying the full value of what is produced. Notice that Smith is … Continue reading

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Operant Modeling

Behavioralist modeling is what Adam Smith was all about. Smith’s model of a free-and-unconsolidated marketplace is a legitimately sure means of accountability, mechanically operating with intendency. It is everything the capitalist freely enterprises to avoid, achieving a clearly measurable level … Continue reading

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Sensibility and Self-Destruction

The Value of Non-Attainment Enormousness of the derivative value indicates the enormity of the expected risk. It is so huge, and detrimental, having been constantly accumulated, compounded in the futures, it requires government authority to manage it. The Volcker rule … Continue reading

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Existential Hypotheses

Remember that the regulator is looking for non-attainment (the inexistence). The regulated wants to be unregulated and enjoy the full measure of attainment. Dialectically, the ambivalence yields objective reality (the existence). Notice that the dialectic occurs imperatively. Objectivists are keen … Continue reading

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Attainment and Natural Identity

Where private enterprise meets public authority, there is an existential risk at stake–an originally authored identity vs. a regulated, modified identity. Both are the object of self-determination and its attainment. While the identities do not have to be in conflict, … Continue reading

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