The capitalist superstructure

Capitalism and market economy ought to be distinguished from one another. In the latter, “perfect” competition reigns; capitalism however is dominated by monopoly. → Read More

Confirmation and falsification

Understanding is reducing. Consolidating the number of categories of entities, unifying laws of motion and attraction, generalising concepts of reasoning. Constructing theories and schemes and ideologies.

The tendency then is almost unescapable to try and integrate everything we come across in the same, pre-existing narrative. We easily succumb to confirmation bias.

Of course, we know we ought to act the other way around. Consider our world . . . → Read More