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Dan Cryan,Piero,Sharron Shatil

Capitalism

Diep Nguyenhas quoted2 months ago
a person’s power as their ability to use a present means to obtain a future good. so i call someone powerful if they can easily use things available to them now to do what they want in the future
Diep Nguyenhas quoted2 months ago
An individual’s power is determined by many things such as their strength, intelligence, or social standing, all of which have a direct impact on their ability to do what they want to do.
Diep Nguyenhas quoted2 months ago
capitalism is an economic system based on trade, private ownership, and currency, its development is bound up with the history of trade and banking
Diep Nguyenhas quoted2 months ago
free competition and industrialization
Alexander Sokolovhas quotedlast year
In liberal thought, if a person has a natural right to something, then no one, not even the state, can interfere with it
Alexander Sokolovhas quotedlast year
Locke’s question is of fundamental importance to the moral justification of capitalism. If private property cannot be justified, then nor can trade or investment, as they are dependent on the idea that a person can own property and can, within reason, do with it what they want.
Alexander Sokolovhas quotedlast year
With the arrival of that wealth, the feudal system faded away and was replaced by what came to be known later as a mercantile economy.
Alexander Sokolovhas quotedlast year
It may be said that the Dutch created the only true European “empire of trade” and never joined in the imperialist land grab that happened after the Industrial Revolution.
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