marsh exchange law

marsh trade.png marsh exchange law: all trade must benefit those powerful enough to reciprocate – Heather Marsh ___________ from Heather Marsh‘s binding chaos (104)

all trade must benefit those powerful enough to reciprocate..

and from 103
power in p2p and gift econs is retained by those that control assets.. will cycle right back to where we are today.. p2p trade relationships are simply decentralized capitalism..
________ from david graeber‘s debt:
478 the one thing that all these misconceptions have in common, we will find, is that they tend to reduce all human relations to exchange.
marsh exchange law et al
this leads to another question.. if not exchange.. then what?
we dance.. as one
(will address in ch 5) – origins of money to demo how the very principle of exchange emerged largely as an effect of violence.. t

the very principle of exchange emerged largely as an effect of violence – –

the real origins of money are to be found in crime and recompense, war and slavery, honor, debt, and redemption..t
_________ to exchange/compare/oblige.. is killing us.. there’s a nother way .. via have/need ness ie: hlb via 2 convos that io dance.. as the day..[aka: not part\ial.. for (blank)’s sake…] marsh oppression law _________ red flag gift ness obligation reciprocity tit for tat ness literacy and numeracy both elements of colonialism.. we need to calculate differently and stop measuring things marsh exchange law we have to get back\to an undisturbed ecosystem _________ _________ laws\ish