User:Chesty Baxter

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Skills: concreting and form-work (3 years experience), essayist [Translate]
Interests: philosophical discussion, student of Social Sciences and Anthropology [Translate]
Intends being one of the 10,000 settlers:

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[edit] Discussion interest

The economic paradigm we live in today, known loosely as capitalism, has shown us just one fundamental way to carry out economic transactions and has shown us the resultant influences on human behaviour, with all its pro's and con's. By studying the past and other cultures and the economic structures there and when, we can already compile a set of comparisons with our own, weighing up the benefits of each.

I would like to contribute by adding information on such cultural comparisons on human behaviour and the environments and structures which give rise to particular behaviours so that we might design for avoidance of undesirable behaviour and replacing those with desirable ones.

Looking forward to some discussion


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