Sunday, June 14, 2009

Communal Values

Communal values entail more than localized assimilation of capitalist functions. In fact, the only successful communal political entities -- tribes -- survived due to values diametrically opposed to those of capitalism. From an indigenous point of view, ownership, as understood by industrial states, is socially suicidal.

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