@woozle Because when people have tried out systems without the ability to acquire money, there's still unaccountable power, but also mass poverty, starvation, and death.
@stevefoerster And those don't exist in money-based societies?
Evgeny Morozov thinks we now have the technology to coordinate economies better than via money and prices, and thinks Daniel Saros has a promising proposal for how to do it.
I condensed Saros's book here:
Yeah, I know, has not been done yet...but that's not the only proposal of its kind. I cite Satos because of Morozov's article, to offer one example. None of them require total centralized planning, just lots of feedback.
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