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So can society, economics, community, or culture. It all depends on the quality of the relationship.
The first pole is economic: the drive to profit. The second pole is ethical: the drive to rule.
Upward mobility is no substitute for forward movement.
But it makes them work harder at the stupidest of tasks: making more money.
Politics, by contrast, is much simpler. Economics, in turn, is disguised politics.
To be unable to sit still after work is to underline that nothing has been accomplished.
What disturbs the rich is the possibility of a political relationship with the poor.
This alone doesn’t make these disciplines “false,” but it does put the question of their “validity” into a different light.