graeber bi law

graeber bi


bi provides a good thought experiment.. a way of resetting our brains.. to realize money is this thing we can make appear and disappear.. reset the way we look at livelihood.. – David Graeber

yes.. let’s do that.. ie: bi as temp placebo (short bp)

from graeber on bi as thought experiment at 36 min on this podcast:


from bs jobs:

Even a modest Basic Income program could become a stepping-stone toward the most profound transformation of all: to unlatch work from livelihood entirely. Yet the argument cited in that chapter did assume people were being paid for their work, and this would at the very least require some kind of monitoring bureaucracy to ensure that people were, in fact, working, even if it did not have to measure how hard or how much they produced. A full Basic Income would eliminate the compulsion to work, by offering a reasonable standard of living to all, and then either leaving it up to each individual to decide whether they wished to pursue further wealth, by doing a paying job, or selling something, or whether they wished to do something else with their time.


let’s try/code money (any form of measuring/accounting) as the planned obsolescence

ie: ubi as temp placebo..

art (by day/light) and sleep (by night/dark) as re\set.. to fittingness


graeber and jacobson on bi

graeber min\max law

graeber grant law