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Neoliberalism is economic liberalism without the moral trappings.
We claim that behavioral economics has a too-narrow definition of rationality.
They even believe that all economics is war. Sadly, they may have a point.
The hidden hand of the market is precisely what keeps homo economicus in check.
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.