At 03:56 AM 1/23/99 -0800, James Ganong wrote:
>The Market would seem to fit certain criteria' matching those of a
>despite being a set of relationships of objects.
>Indeed, the Economy would also seem to fit these criteria. Even if the
>Economy is viewed as a stage where interactions are played out, there
>must be entities such as nations & corporations playing their roles, in
>addition to the individual humans.
>I guess my point is that Ayn Rand was wrong;
IAN: The "no group entity" proposition is a fallacy inherent to atomism that overlooks or denies outright the existence of holistic connections and structures.
"[A] wise leader might say: I practise inaction, and the people look after themselves. I love to be quite, and the people themselves find justice. I don't do business, and the people prosper on their own."
Lao Tzu (Tao Te Ching)