Economics Isn’t About Money

I think of economics as a set of actors each experimentally discovering the rules of their unevenly shared contexts where discovery destabilizes those contexts in unpredictable and varying ways, forcing all actors to adjust and repeat endlessly. Not limited to financial economies.

In this ways economics is a general dynamic that applies well beyond its familiar financial expression.  Money, status, power, intellectual advances, even computational automata.

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