They are far from new, but I wonder if you had already stumbled on these essays, notably the one on Bitcoin:
@aral Our brains are kind of a soficiticated computer. So making parallels to software like spreadsheets to explain how we make decisions has its merits.
You should read "Human Action" by Mises. It would illustrate why every monetary transaction is a value transaction.
"The Virtue of selfishness" by Ayan Rand would explain exactly why every transaction is a value transaction AND a moral decision.
@aral to be honest I cannot imagine another futuristic way to solve enequality. We are already measuring advantages and disadvantages of people and try to equalize the system based on the “data”. Think of gevernmental supports or progressive income taxes. But we still have loads of enequality, not only because we don’t agree on common morals but also don’t have a sophisticated way to measure all the complexities of enequality.
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