Ideal Money, being a proposal based on a lesser money (aka asymptotically Ideal Money), was an idea extrapolated by daring to envision an ideal geopolitical and economic scenario for the world.

We can consider this definition of “ideal”:

…existing only in the imagination; desirable or perfect but not likely to become a reality.

It is daring in the Machiavellian sense-a type of thinking which traverses taboo lines of possibilities in order to holistically consider counter action.

Going forward there will be special people that dare to consider the “ideal” in their respective domains. Out of the generalisation and then specification of this approach we will extrapolate a magnitude of advance with regard to new technology.

In a seemingly immediate fashion.

I’ll cue this video for the moment Paul says that he doesn’t need context in order to know the implied definition of a word. The significance or summary is that Paul is claiming that words don’t need context in defense of my accusation that he is misinterpreting a passage wrong.

Its a semantic point in a sense but its also one of re-solution. We can understand that with the introduction of local versus non-local bounds (ie perspective) something can have a non-locally derived value.

This could be viewed as “intrinsic” value in the sense of the above debate in that…



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