3.9.2, On Cost of action as allocated means

Once choice is made action cannot commence without means. We have already examined means as an apriori condition of action. It comes in the form of stored energy or capital. There cannot be action without means. The body and its available energy, the savings account and its money, the character and its virtue, the mind […]

3.4.5, Means as Supply, and Capital Formation

We equated, in a prior post, ends with demand. Means we equate with supply. This post is going to be practical in nature. In that sense I depart from the apriori nature of the inquiry. But, there is something approaching necessity in the following considerations. There was a time when communities were limited to what […]