New technologies can hit capitalism


Technology development is an integral part of the market process. At least that is how the liberal economic school describes the situation. According to its interpretation, where the market is, there is certainly technological progress. Is it so?


The situation is trying to figure out an economist who does not gravitate to the recognition of liberal economic laws, Oleg Komolov.

The author considers such a typical economic concept as cost:

According to liberal approaches, value is a purely subjective value. It exists only in the minds of the buyer and seller. For example, in the desert, we will be ready to give everything we have for a glass of water. And on the banks of the river, the usefulness of this glass of water will tend to zero.

Oleg Komolov notes that not everything develops here. For example, it is unlikely that anyone will be taken out to a passing pack of dumplings at a meat processing plant for free. Although, according to the liberal law on marginal utility and cost, they seem to have to: the seller has tons of these dumplings.

The requested dumplings will be sent far away for free, since the labor law of value plays a role. On the basis of this law, one must also take into account the labor that was expended on the creation of the goods.

Details on how technology can strike capitalism in a video on the Prime Channel channel:
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  1. Skay 19 January 2020 16: 13 New
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    Syntec 6MD is my “beloved wife” (pictured). smile
    1. Aerodrome 19 January 2020 16: 47 New
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      New technologies can hit capitalism
      one wants to say "shaw? again?"
      1. gridasov 19 January 2020 16: 54 New
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        Really! Those who do not see that all development is based on the old fundamental principles in both industrial production and analysis and military technology, they will not understand that there is no such development.
    2. illi 19 January 2020 18: 10 New
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      Fu pervert. that's who you need to marry.
      1. Skay 19 January 2020 19: 59 New
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        that's who you need to marry.

        As soon as the boss buys one, I’ll divorce immediately! wink
        1. bk316 21 January 2020 14: 11 New
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          Sorry for the immodest question, are you working in a cemetery?
  2. gridasov 19 January 2020 16: 38 New
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    it is not only the behavioral processes of consumers and producers. It is primarily the mathematics of the consciousness of the masses and the perception of reality by individuals. More precisely, these are aspects of the mathematics of thinking in various algorithmically changing circumstances. And these are algorithms of transformable landmarks in the minds of all groups of human communities, starting from the individual. Ultimately, these are processes associated with the formation of consciousness against the background of how we ourselves change our environment and change our values ​​in our consciousness. These processes are more likely to be mastered by mathematicians at new levels of knowledge about big data generation. But not on those mat foundations that lie in the space of analysis on the basis of a function of a variable value of a number, but on the basis of FPC.
    1. Monar 20 January 2020 08: 12 New
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      This is primarily the mathematics of consciousness of the masses
      Can I see at least one formula?
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    1. gridasov 19 January 2020 17: 20 New
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      If the processes of the development of the state of the USSR and Russia with respect to concerns for the welfare of the people are pranalized, then one can notice the algorithmic ups of such manifestations and the complete neglect of processes that are little controlled by the authorities. This is connected, already with other processes, and the accumulation of investments of citizens in state financial institutions, etc. So it seems that the authorities themselves do not notice that manual control is subject to certain laws. Again, all this is aggravated or weakened against the background of external processes in the world, as well as within the state and territory. Again, such an analysis is very difficult to carry out using the methods that are used now, but everything is obvious when using other methods.
  4. Pavel57 19 January 2020 17: 12 New
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    The next part is Capitalism Striking Back?
    1. Same lech 19 January 2020 17: 45 New
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      The next part is Capitalism Striking Back?


      It is not clear only who will be in this battle Darth Vader and who is Skywalker ?. smile
  5. iouris 19 January 2020 18: 03 New
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    Those. Russia is doomed? And then we were preparing to live better.
    1. gridasov 19 January 2020 18: 42 New
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      Everything is simple! Now they will give a couple of years ottuzhin, and then clamp the loop even tighter than now. Your Putin is a cool president and also indispensable with his authority and charisma. But he is not able to hold and control the army of officials. Each thief is inherently natural. Put any afflicted official in his place and he will become the same. Therefore, Putin lost his active potential to manage many processes, and the jackals immediately felt it and took advantage of it and it is very natural. But the people are the foundation! This is the unshakable foundation for which everyone who is a true patriot should live.
  6. gmb
    gmb 19 January 2020 18: 07 New
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    Sounds like flat earth theory, just as convincing
    1. Range 19 January 2020 20: 29 New
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      It used to be “commodity-money-commodity”, but now “money-money-money”. Some kind of virtuality is obtained in the global economy. If we consider GDP in the United States as well as it is considered in other countries, then the United States will not be the first. The muhlezh is golemic. USA potassium is that thimble.
  7. Alexander Sosnitsky 19 January 2020 22: 51 New
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    There is such a principle of least action in nature, i.e. the cost of something. No one has canceled it. You must have complete free choice. This is the market. Nowhere without him. But here there should be a market regulator so that there are no various kinds of fraud, of which there are many. The main justice for all market participants. Any restrictions here are fraught.
    1. Ingvar 72 21 January 2020 13: 04 New
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      Quote: Alexander Sosnitsky
      Any restrictions here are fraught.

      And the lack of restrictions is fraught even more. There must be reasonable control.
  8. nikvic46 20 January 2020 07: 55 New
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    An interesting story. Knowing that production technologies have grown in some countries, we may wonder. Has capitalism weakened there? And what will the weakening of capitalism give the people? In addition, such a society has the ability to slide into an economic crisis. And the worst is depression.
  9. Dmitry Leontiev 20 January 2020 08: 08 New
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    First of all, an anti-oligarchic limit on personal income and wealth is needed.

    Ordinary, unlimited capitalism - in which there is no strict legislative restriction on the size of capital possessed - it simply means that one robber receives what many other people created with his labor costs, and this many remains with nothing. What does this robber get not only funds, but also the shadow, not elected by the population, real political power that these funds give him - and uses this power for further, even worse robbery of all surrounding people in any rights, means and possibilities - for gaining over society even greater own political power. That is, it is a system of direct, outright and total robbery of the population. The word "Robbery" is a direct and unambiguous definition of this system, its direct name. Is robbery (in any means, rights and opportunities) not a universally recognized and unambiguous crime? Is there any subject here for any discussion?

    Elementary logic suggests that in order to exclude this total robbery and no less total political power of robbers, a tough legislative anti-oligarchic limit is required for all people on the maximum amount of personal incomes and fortunes - which in no way can be more than seven times their most common level the entire working population; for funds exceeding this level, in any case, are not earned by the individual’s own labor, but are funds created by the labor costs of other people — and, accordingly, are due to other people. Everything that exceeds this limit should automatically be nationalized - go to the common piggy bank. And compliance with this law should be ensured by the most serious responsibility for its violation - the greater, the larger the amount of hidden income or wealth.

    To stop the oligarchy (that is, the direct robbery of the population and the robbers' power over it), the whole society needs to unite under this simple requirement - the introduction of a strict anti-oligarchic limit. This limit is an elementary and quite obviously necessary element of the political security of the system and the social security of the population. And if the population is interested in the political and social adequacy of the system, it must demand the adoption of this anti-oligarchic limit.

    https://cloud.mail.ru/public/4t7w/gXT492EyR

    (file: "005 On Capitalism and its Inadmissibility").
  10. Ross xnumx 21 January 2020 05: 50 New
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    New technologies can hit capitalism

    No one will give us deliverance: neither god, nor king, nor hero, nor new technologies. No wonder the classics wrote down their thoughts on paper so that this would not be affected by the lack of short-term memory. But I want to remind everyone of the lines of the International:

  11. surok1 21 January 2020 08: 31 New
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    Self-adjusting, self-replicating, self-repairing robot, guzzling garbage, powered by a power plant. The main thing is burning desire to serve.
    The point is to call for the morality of the capitalist if we ourselves want the same?
  12. serg v zapase 21 January 2020 10: 10 New
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    It seems to me that someone is cheating. The loom did not completely replace the weavers, the harvesters did not replace the harvesters, the lathes did not remove the turners. etc. A person needs to sleep, eat, and the robot needs to be served, it can be turned off. Regarding the complexity of the mathematical modeling of these processes, recently Yoksel was too strong, but now schoolchildren are using it to concoct models to protect doctorates. And the video is nice to see, a competent lecturer, well done.
    1. surok1 21 January 2020 11: 08 New
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      Harvesters now drive in jeepies very accurately. Without a man on board. The village has long been sentenced.
      1. serg v zapase 22 January 2020 02: 22 New
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        That's right, the collective farm was almost 700 combine harvesters, steering, repairmen, drivers. Less than 200 left! But, the field needs to be reached, the fields are uneven, refueling, unloading, minor repairs, something stuck needs to be pulled out and so on. Not soon the village will die.
        1. surok1 24 January 2020 18: 37 New
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          Very soon they will go to the village on a rotational basis.
  13. Okay 17 March 2020 23: 16 New
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    > According to liberal approaches, cost-a purely subjective value.
    > It exists only in the minds of the buyer and seller. For instance,
    > in the desert we will be ready to give everything we have for a glass of water.
    > And on the banks of the river, the usefulness of this glass of water will tend to zero.
    Very, very erroneous interpretation of "indifference / preference curves."
    author -> author -> author of books on economics obviously did not read, heard something - after three or four people are so ... sad