Thursday, September 25, 2014
Kennilingus catch up
Continuing from the last few posts, recall Wilber's discussion of Marx in excerpt A, how the techno-economic base largely determines the superstructure view. And that techno-economic innovations are what tend to lead the way in changing those views. So what is the integral socio-economic paradigm? Conscious capitalism? We see right now the emerging techno-economic base of the Commons, so how does that change the integral view on conscious capitalism? Does Wilber describe the sort of distributed capitalism Rifkin talks about? Not that I've seen. He does note that the techno-economic base happens much faster than the superstructure views, which take time to catch up. I'd suggest his view has some catching up to do.