6 — LaRouche’s Physical Economic Metrics, Part II: How to Define Value


November 8, 2017 — To scientifically define what is, and isn’t, valuable economic activity we must start from the economy as a whole.  Does something contribute to increasing the Potential Relative Population Density or not?  To measure this we must define all metrics from the top down, from the economy as a whole.

Assignment: Define some examples of how a job or an action is the economy can’t be understood unless we start from the standpoint of the economy as a whole.

Reading for next class:

  • Excerpts from Lyndon LaRouche on the notion of a physical economic platform.

 

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  • Megan Beets
    commented 2017-11-17 16:33:41 -0500
    Yes, Christoph! I’ve made Helga’s writing “The Cusa City” (in German) available here:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dWTX_nKgJE-M1CjRqsIum6aLGfigLm2Y/view?usp=sharing

    Please share if you have links for others!
  • Christoph Mohs
    commented 2017-11-15 06:16:25 -0500
    In referring to Gregory’s question on beauty in an economic cycle and also in the context of this weeks class on infrastructure it might be interesting to look back to Mr and Mrs LaRouche’s writings on a Cusanus City.
  • Guy Alberghini
    commented 2017-11-09 07:37:52 -0500
    Amazing classes, thank you
  • Gregory Unger
    commented 2017-11-08 20:26:28 -0500
    Re: Schiller: is economic progress measurable in terms of whether or not the resultant cycle is more beautiful than the one before?
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