Economics: The basics
Every consumer adjusts his or her purchases to price: whether name brand or generic is purchased; whether it is purchased today or at a later time; and so on. Thus, the consumer affects the marketplace by his/her purchases. This concept leads to a series of continuously repeated common exchanges that produce a distribution of resources by business to achieve the greatest satisfaction of consumers as a whole. In other words, the “collective” (society) is the actions of individuals who work that distribute resources throughout the economy.
How Liberalism uses Science to guide its Agenda
First, a scientific opinion is just that: an opinion. The opinion of one becomes that of many. Then that opinion is split into thousands of pieces until thousands of individuals each endorsing the others opinion. It relies on consensual chains linking the person of “opinion” to all the others.
A scientist’s field of concentration is usually grounded on their personal passion. He or she studying a topic within the framework of accepted scientific methods. Each field of study has accepted procedures by their peers. Current and former peers in that field of study also build the framework on the history of opinions and discoveries. When a scientist forms an opinion, they publish their findings. This provides the scientist the ability to influence others. Science then dynamically produce, influence and coordinate functions just as with economics.
Science and economy both demonstrate the principles that mutually regulate everything in society.
The principal works like this, self-coordination of independent decisions lead to a joint result. An invisible hand leads to joint discovery of the hidden system of things. Every society influences the others by constant mutual changes and advances in a free society.
Society or “collective” does not need natural law because the “collective” determines self-improvement, that is limited by “truths” yet to be discovered or revealed.
The people in society are called on to constantly rebuild their society. Because they, like scientists, constantly search for self-improvement and what was right in 1776 is not what is right for today’s society.
Liberals use science and apply it to politics. Examples: Global Cooling, Global Warming, Hunger, Tolerance, Marriage, Profits, Law …………
Morals, Natural Law, and the Constitution are obstacles to Liberalism and they will use every “loophole” to subvert it. Now you know why Conservatives must defend the Constitution at all costs and from every angle.