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Market Economy as Parasitic Chrematistics

V.I. Sigov
Head of the Department of Labor Economics, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, Doctor of Economics, Professor
St. Petersburg


  • parasitic chrematistics
  • loan rate
  • profit
  • solvent demand
  • racism
  • global parasitic planner
  • The new 2017 report to the Club of Rome "Come on! Capitalism, Short-termism, Population and the Destruction of the Planet" presents an explicit conclusion about the growing crisis of the capitalist system which leads to inevitable radical change of the human civilization development paradigm. The Club of Rome rightly points out that the modern world in its present state has deep philosophical roots and urges to change the outlook. The new outlook should be based on a commitment to ending adherence to ideology and recipes of the so called market economy.
    The article shows difference between humanity and humanism. Thus humanity provides for protection and development of the society which entails priority of public interests, sacrifice and severe restrictions of the Furies of private Interest. Humanism gives priority to the interests of an individual including the one belonging to a predatory psychological type.

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