At present, every nation embraces a blend of two major economic philosophies: socialism and capitalism. Does either system of economic belief, however, meet our needs? Faced with uncertain global economic conditions and problems with capitalism and free markets, we seek solutions in socialism and government control. Faced with declining individual freedom and problems with socialism and government control, we seek solutions in capitalism and free markets. In light of the emerging evolution of consciousness view of the universe, we see economics in all its past and contemporary forms--those that lean toward socialism and those that lean toward capitalism--as obsolete. A new economic philosophy reveals itself, an economics for tomorrow--an economics of fulfillment.
About the author
The author of the Threshold to Meaning series, Vincent Frank Bedogne, has an academic background that ranges from business, accounting, and economics to physics, engineering, and physical anthropology. He has been a student of Teilhardian philosophy for nearly forty years.
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