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Static vs Dynamic Classes

Static vs Dynamic Classes

Social classes have been conceived as static and settled up by decree, which causes confrontation and systemic inequality. Examples of this are Feudal Hierarchy, Modern Cronyism and Communism.

What they propose is a transformation and reorganization of society, not by decree, but by the natural, emergent force of competence and liberty.

One of dynamic inequality, where classes continue to exist, but are permeable. Where the opportunity to rise up is available to all, and so too is everyone subject to the risk of failure and falling down the hierarchy.

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Business Administration and Management Student | Blockchain, DEFI & Web3 | Social Worker | "Fix the money & fix the world."

In the UnCommunist Manifesto, Aleks Svetski and Mark Moss set out the problems of today and the solutions for tomorrow, with organic capitalism and individual sovereignty at the core of this new paradigm.

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