Money gone wild and its taming

From an Understanding of Money-processes to a Renewal of National Cultures

Profits explode within the financial industry and capital storms like an animal gone wild all over the earth-ball. Already since the end of the 19th century money has become a commodity and has hereby become somethings abstract. The consequences of this are described by Rudolf Steiner as »a dissolving of concrete human exchanges in social interactions«. With a functional social Three-folding in the backdrop then well in the form of a Cultural life, a Rights life and an Economic life, Stephan Eisenhut sheds light on the ever more threatening economic activities around Hedge-funds, take-overs and fusions. From his considerations in that sense, there results, amongst others, possibilities for reforms into new property-rights that put the means of productions into the hands of collaborating individuals.

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die Drei 2, 2007

Die Zähmung des Geldes - Aufgaben einer modernen Kapitalwirtschaft