Sunday, May 17, 2015

The Fundamental Law of Marxian Theory.








Full Title:  Karl Seldons Sagacious Sayings --

The Fundamental Law of Marxian Theory;

The Fundamental Law of the Human Species;

The Law of the Tendency of the Human-Social Forces of Production to Rise.




Dear Readers,




From time to time, I like to share with you some of the gems of insight that leap from out of the '''multilogues''', among Karl Seldon and other members of the Foundation, and from the transcribed versions, published internally, including of those '''multilogues''' in which I did not happen to participate, when and if those [edited] transcripts are cleared for public sharing by the Foundation's General Council.


Here's an excerpt from the transcript of a recent orientation presentation, by Karl Seldon, for new recruits --



[Karl Seldon]:

“Throughout '''human prehistory''', in Marx's sense, that is to say, all the way from ‘anthropopoiesis’ until the formation of the successor system to the presently-predominant, capital-relation-based global social formation -- i.e., until the formation of the predicted system that we call political-ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY, or ‘‘‘Equitism’’’ -- the human-social forces of production tend to grow, to rise, although unconsciously so, in terms of any of the deliberate motives of the human beings who conduct this growth; unintentionally on their parts, but rising nonetheless, and spawning a whole series of new social relations of production ‘socio-ontologies’ -- the slave-relation, the serfdom-relation, the barterable-commodity-relation, the money-relation, the capital-/wage-labor-relation, and the predicted next, generalized-equity-relation -- in the process, so that the social forces of production grow through a whole series of critical quantitative thresholds for qualitative change; a whole series of human-social ‘metafinite singularities’; of revolutions in human-social self-productivity, in social ontology, and, fundamentally, in social-relations[-of-production] ‘ideo-physio-ontology’. ...”











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