To say that capitalism generates monsters seems to me to be a very poor analysis.
Well you already, not to see
In sound and image, of this sequence and go as far as "doubt":
here we have ABC2019 which is a good example of inconsistent and cynical boomer therefore without conscience and without heart.
This is what I call a monster, it is already all those who are bewitched (conditioned) by capitalism who do not see a problem. although there are nice monsters.
I have my monstrous share.
sen-no-sen wrote:Can we seriously say that this system is created by monsters?
Everyone has a potential hermeticity to the greed values of capitalism, it's called conscience or morality, luckily people have a heart and it resists.
Even Hitler loved his dog.
I didn't say everyone was a monster.
I say that the doctrine of capitalism tends to make grow in us a monstrous part: the cult of the ego, greed, greed.
What did not live the first peoples isolated from all comparison.
It is also germinating for them, since they are human but there is nothing to grow this monstrosity and then would be frowned upon, there is a cultural taboo that adds a cover.
sen-no-sen wrote:This is where we must show cynicism: the horror of the system does not lie in the practice of abusive speculation or affairs of state, corruption or even the overthrow of a regime, but on the contrary in its practice. fantastic ability to promote a more just world.
Fairer is said quickly (yes there is progress) but inequalities are increasing and any major progress is won at the cost of struggles. See my answer to this was simple.
sen-no-sen wrote:The alterglobalists and consort base their criticisms only on the deleterious aspects of capitalism, which clearly invalidates their analyzes when they see how they work on a daily basis.
In reality, most of the peripheral countries would like to be there!
Indeed, comfort puts to sleep. So far everything has been fine, from my living room anyway.
Do I remind you of the wall of resources, demography, the degradation of natural assets (nature, pollution)
sen-no-sen wrote:If we want to make a real criticism of the latter, we must therefore focus on analyzing its values
It is quickly flared. Her values ? egoism, cult of the ego, greed, always more and here is capitalism analyzed philosophically in 4 points.
These 4 points come from the misguided survival instinct, amplified, cultivated in the mental sphere where he has no place
The survival instinct is a reflex, it should stay confined to primary survival (avoiding a ravine, things like that)
Nowadays and with the capitalism which cultivated in you the 4 points above, the survival is engaged in an exchange on forum.
Survival of ideas that belong to us (rich owner
) and which we care about.
Is real survival engaged? absolutely not.
Yet we act as if and this is human madness commonly shared by all of humanity, more or less.
It even seems that there are some who make wars