joseph blame game law

systemic ness as reason for squelching the blame game.. throughout Peter Joseph‘s book- human movement.. grounding the idea that there’s no one to blame unless it’s all of us..

this is very important to understand, as our world has been obsessed with ethical arguments to improve things, missing the system-level outcomes that have little to do with an individual’s moral compass..

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inequality machine.. the rewarded wealthy are naturally the last to be critical of the very system that allowed for their flourishing and they are certainly hesitant to change it .. such is the historical nature of class conflict itself.. again..

this has nothing to do w deliberate conspiracy or the like.. it is simply a systemic result inherent to the logic, values, and structure of capitalism..

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inequality and oppression are systemically reinforce thru the market’s most basic, trivial, incentivized gaming behaviors, regardless of the personal intentions of people..t

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in system fundamentally based upon the exploitation of economic circumstances, morality becomes one massive grey area along a continuum of general social indifference.

the dynamics of competitive self-regulation are what link and turn individual human actions into collectively generate system-level outcomes. and these outcomes can arise with no direct intention on the part of the players. again,

this is very important to understand, as our world has been obsessed with ethical arguments to improve things, missing the system-level outcomes that have little to do with an individual’s moral compass..

all the blaming.. as distraction..

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global systemic change

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joseph reward law

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