be careful what you wish for, it might just come true
- If that future it is not socialist, will we be slaves of wages?
- In that future, if it is too socialist, will capitalism succumb to failed centralised economies?
- When I won’t own anything what property will my constitution guarantee?
- In the business of perpetual renting for ethical capitalism isn’t recycling mandatory and 100% coverage of parts guaranteed? Should be, otherwise we’ll be evicted from the planet by our own trash.
- What is forbidden from being offered up for rent?
- What is forbidden from being owned?
- When ownership is banished how will social mobility still be possible?
- Will all infrastructure be not for profit? Because a services economy has prices directly tied to infrastructure, right?
- What will I inherit? Contracts? Advance payments to Netflix? Vouchers?
- A full services only economy has many abstract layers of invisible workers resulting in an oblivious public opinion. How can society prevent abuse?
- Is libertarianism even compatible with a sharing economy?
- Is it even progressivist to build an economy based on renting everything?
- Without privacy and property what will theft be?
- Without privacy and property what will a physical person be?
MINE. This I think is one of the first things a child will say. MAMA, DADA, MINE. No child, no, nothing is YOURS. Except the credit.