Posts Tagged ‘social process’

A Social Process for Energy Transformation

March 10, 2013

The social process’s fundamental advantage is the ability to achieve instant success within it. The political process requires political majorities and faith in the constancy of politicians and bureaucracies. The social process requires only that individual members of society act with a shared purpose and faith in themselves. Markets and trade are an important part of the social process, as are NGOs, associations and charitable organizations.

Market imperfections are a feature, not a bug. They present opportunity, not impediment. They can only be effectively and efficiently perfected by genuine market activity. Taxation yields only the illusion of a market solution.