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Old 10-01-2012, 02:26 PM   #1641
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This is true. Both worship at the altar of efficiency, with central planning more efficient than competition*, making Socialism the "improved version" of what Capitalism seeks to be. Socialism is essentially the ultimate "Capitalist" Monopoly. Omnicorp.





* that being the lesson of Ford and Taylor, who discovered that production lines can out produce any amount of artisans.
You mean state capitalism.
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:38 PM   #1642
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You mean state capitalism.
I mean capitalism.

Capitalism is based on competition, progress and the profit motive. On ganing ever greater power (with the ideal being a monopoly), and thus wants also to maximise efficiency in order to maximise power/gain and minimise waste.

Socialism is simply the peak of Capitalism. It is the monopoly that Capitalism dreams of, embodying the pinacle of the Fordian production line.

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Old 19-01-2012, 06:35 PM   #1643
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I mean capitalism.

Capitalism is based on competition, progress and the profit motive. On ganing ever greater power (with the ideal being a monopoly), and thus wants also to maximise efficiency in order to maximise power/gain and minimise waste.

Socialism is simply the peak of Capitalism. It is the monopoly that Capitalism dreams of, embodying the pinacle of the Fordian production line.
Capitalism is not necessarily based on competition. An example is state capitalism, which does not necessarily define socialism, as there are different variants, including some that aren't related to capitalism.
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