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The Intending Risk Ontology

Just because we intend to do something doesn’t mean there isn’t an existing ontology. A free market, for example, exists on demand but it still has an obvious, ontological value. Existing in the aggregate dimension, we consider the “zen” of … Continue reading

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Controlling for the Angst

To control is to measure, and to measure is to predict–determine. To control something is to measure existence with determination over time, which occupies space. Limiting space occupies the time in which to determine, limiting the probability of the occupation. … Continue reading

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Leveraging the Risk

Today, appearing before the Senate Banking Committee, Fed chair, Janet Yellen had a discussion with Senator Warren about unwinding the risk in the event of a TBTF bank failure. This discussion is about leveraging the risk. Notice that being “too … Continue reading

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The Method and the Madness

All the risks we face in life are methodically managed (deontologized) to protect the self. Risk is structured to occur with predictable patterns; and not just to avoid it, but to apply it as well. The advent of nuclear weapons, … 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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Improving the Futures

Deriving the Risk of Attainment While regulators are looking for signs of attainment (the point at which an activity becomes a public nuisance), derivatives markets are busy deriving the risk to be unattained. By definition, determining the future is to … Continue reading

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