People often say that capitalists run on greed. Sure, there’s some who do, but overall I’d beg to differ. So let’s suppose, that you love working with wood and you inherited a forest. If you love working with wood you know, that albeit not extremely scarce, wood is a temporally limited resource. If not anything … Continue reading Capitalism: Greed or Service?
People have been migrating since their existence. For most of the history Europe, which now has the so called “Migrant Crisis” on its hands, people moved relatively freely and to do so they didn’t even know of passports or papers with which one could prove their identity. Passports came into existence as letters requesting safe … Continue reading Questioning Identity Papers
I grew up a Catholic. My parents took me to church every few Sundays. Not every week-end though. I was made to go to the sunday school, that is in my language actually called something like “Faith Education.” I didn’t really believe in God that much back then. After Confirmation my path with Catholicism somewhat … Continue reading On Tradition
I was just thinking about free-rider problem. Have you ever heard someone say “… but they will free-ride on this or that …” when talking about the state created things or sometimes even private endeavors. Well, if you haven’t, I sure have. So I was thinking if the problem is actually real, and what to do about it. Continue reading The Free-rider problem, or is it?
In this age of definitional relativism it’s difficult to tell people what capitalism is. Most often, when people hear the word Capitalism, they think of what we have today. There’s a lot of fancy words we could ascribe to what we have today and some libertarians try to do so. Alas, with no luck. There’s … Continue reading Against Capitalism and Anarchism
If you read my blog, you know I live somewhere in an obscure country of Slovenia in Europe. Therefore we use Metric system of measurement for pretty much everything. It’s easy, since everything is measured in sets of tens. It certainly makes math easy and coherent. Meter as a standard for example is made of … Continue reading In defence of Imperial System of measurement
I can’t remember who was it, that said it, but when your kids take their trash out on their rooms on their own, without parents’ involvement, they can be called grown enough. But in the matters of State and Governance even trash isn’t done correctly. Nothing ever is done right. And yet there are limits … Continue reading State of immaturity