4.20, From Moral Investment to Moral Prosperity

All good things (down here on this ole’ clod) must come to an end. Speculations on what goes on after or above I leave to the theologians. They claim expertise there. The Puritanical Libertarian desires to use speech for what speech can handle: limit, shape, particularity, individuality. Listen to Pascal (who the Puritanical Libertarian trusts): …

3.3.3, On the End as Demand

To finish our analysis of the first apriori element of action I want to finish straight-forwardly economically. The reason for the turn to economics has to do with the thought that its interest in production has been neglected by those, like me, who would do well to digest the insights. Production of the good is …

3.3.1, The element of the end

Every action is for an end. The end is is that which the action is aimed at. There is no action without an end. That human action presupposes an end tells us everything and nothing. For one has to look at the particular direction of THAT action in order to discover its direction. But, we …