Money's Misrepresentation and History

By Marc Gauvin

"Remove the misrepresentation of money without implementing a mathematical homologue and the history of human civilisation could never have occurred as it has, as without the underlying mathematics of said misrepresentaiton such a phenomenon is simply impossible."

Copyright © 07/2017
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Arguments that invoke an unspecified cause to undermine acting on a clearly specified causality is the standard method of those who wittingly or unwittingly sow and nurture learned helplessness. It is tantamount to arguing that preventing people from whipping is futile because they will just find new ways to abuse each other, without specifying the nature and requirements of those "new ways".

The truth of the matter is that the misrepresentation of money for millennia and at least since Babylonia, has been a crucial element of social organisation and indeed in the forming of ALL military efforts since biblical times. Without the sharing of "riches" with plundering soldiers be it in the form of gold coin conceived erroneously as the "measure of ALL things" as Aristotle put it, or Babylon's Hammurabi code's use of silver coin for "taxes" also implying money as a "measure of all things", we would not have had the development of states as we know them today nor would these states have had the same imperatives to colonise so criminally as has been the case. 

But just as we don't need to study the history of flat earth thinking to know that the world is round nor study why Aristotle believed acceleration due to gravity was due to the properties of objects to know that all objects accelerate at the same rate independently of their mass, we don't need to study all the history of world domination to identify the unique nature of money's current logical misrepresentation as a tool of "domination".  As without such a study we can perfectly deduce how the the systemic effects resulting from the mathematics that arise from such a misrepresentation are sine qua non to achieving the kind of perceived imperative capable of generating the collective behaviour that marks human history.  Remove the misrepresentation of money without implementing a mathematical homologue and the history of human civilisation could never have occurred as it has, as without the underlying mathematics of said misrepresentation, such a phenomenon is simply impossible.

Those who require others to study history in order to validate what can be wholly ascertained directly are nothing more than sophists seeking to control discourse for ulterior motives.


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