Re: ECON: the abolition of work

ChuckKuecker (
Tue, 5 May 1998 20:32:28 -0500 (CDT)

At 14:15 5/5/98 +0200, you wrote:
>What could possibly be more important than happiness (except of course
>survival)? Wouldn't a life devoid of positive stimulation ("happiness") be
>utterly pointless?
>As for the economic matter: automate to the max with as ultimate goal
>free-for-all production of anything, while reducing the population (a
billion people
>is more than enough, and a tenth or a hundredth of that would be fine too).
>Quality over quantity. That's the *rational* course of action, anyway.

The process of reducing the population is one that brings nightmare
possibilities. How do you go about acheiving this? Remember that creating a
family and raising children is one of man's greaest pleasures..

Chuck Kuecker