Saturday, 24 August 2013

While discussing Rousseau's rhetoric " Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains" reference is made to Byron's  Corsair by Russel
             O'er the glad waters of the deep blue sea.
             Our thoughts as boundless and our hearts as free
This freedom of choice runs into trouble if we take into account the four kind of alienation's, Man from man, Man from the means of production, Man from the process of production, Man from the end product as laid out by Marx. Read Yahweh = dialectics, Church = Communist party, Messiah = Marx, Second Coming = Revolution. This is not the spiritual dialectic of Hegel but dialectical materialism. The individual choice from an indifference schedule and social choice from commonality of preferences, leads to the question of theory of the firm, state owned enterprises.

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