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Analytical Subject Index
to Books I-III

A-C

A

ABM. See Automatic Banking Machine

Abolished

  • form of government, I: 32
  • money, I: 23
  • slavery, I: 3
  • unfair or unjust net advantages, I: 39

Abortions, II: 9, 10, 11, 18, 26, 29, 56, CF-1, CF-2

Abuse

  • of artificial intelligence, III: 30
  • of commercial powers, II: 14, III: 41
  • of credit arrangement, III: 21
  • of entrepreneurs, II: 21

Academia del Cimento, III: 14

Academic base, I: 27

Acute myocardial infarction. See Heart attack

Action

  • "author" of: how declared (Hobbes), II: 7
  • bank, I: 9; II: 9-10, 13, 23
  • benefit of, II: 7
  • convergent, I: 45
  • course of, I: 41
  • court, III: 20
  • destabilizing bank, III: 29
  • initiative for legal attack, I: 48
  • legal potential, I: 42
  • people's offensive, I: 43
  • readiness for, I: 47
  • on slaves as "instruments of action" (Aristotle), II: 32
  • "'spooky,'" at a distance (Einstein), III: 34

Administration

  • Bush, I: 56
  • Clinton, II: 31, 32

Administrative

  • net advantages, I: 55
  • powers, I: 14
  • procedures, I: 35, 56, 59
  • procedures, flawed corporate, III: 30
  • rules, I: 56

Advantage(s)

  • acquiring, I: 26
  • asymmetries in powers and, II: 14
  • attack on unjust, I: 48
  • of Big Business, II: 24, 26
  • of Big Government and Big Business, I: 59; II: 3, 68
  • Canada's, II: 34
  • concealed intention of Justice to preserve, of masters over servants, III: 26
  • of convergent attack, to creditors, I: 44
  • Darwinistic, I: 3, 39, 65; II: 32, 33
  • Darwinian, 9a; I: 26, 55
  • of defense, I: 43
  • distribution of, I: 41; III: 31
  • economic and political; II: 13
  • on eliminating Darwinistic, I: 39
  • embodied in the Rule of Law, I: 36
  • equal rights and, I: 37
  • expropriation of, II: 3
  • for masters, I: 39
  • fraudulent distribution of, III: 26
  • given by contract to bank, I: 9
  • "horizon of advantage" (Nietzsche), III: 30
  • immediate, II: 4
  • implicate in the System of Laws, I: 39
  • in colonial legislation, I: 29
  • legislative and judicial, I: 32
  • to lenders, I: 30
  • litigation, I: 35; II: 13-14; III: 26
  • Magian asymmetry in, III: 26
  • main, of the Money Trust, I: 44
  • Man's Darwinian: science, III: 29
  • masquerading as Rule of Law, I: 14
  • mutual, I: 58
  • Nietzsche on justice as, III: 26
  • obtained by manipulating the Rule of Law, I: 26
  • overthrow of unmerited, I: 42
  • people's "numeric" (Clausewitz), I: 37, 44
  • preprogrammed with veiled intention to secure: software and laws, III: 30
  • of rich usurers, in a rigged marketplace, III: 27
  • strategic, to divergent operations, I: 44
  • system of biased, II: 30
  • tax, of Big Business, I: 16
  • unfair and unjust, in the legal system, I: 49
  • unmerited, 10a
  • See also Net advantages

Aim(s)

  • of agreement, I: 58
  • of entrepreneurs and usurers, III: 20
  • of life, I: 56
  • on man's failure to find an, for his existence (Nietzsche), III: 8
  • of sadism, I: 57
  • of war, I: 41, 42

Akkadia, I: 51

Algebra, I: 51

Allegory of the Cave (Plato), II: 29

Allies, people's, I: 46

Amendment, of laws, I: 49

American

  • and Asian PC clone makers, III: 16
  • bankruptcy statistics, I: 58
  • colonies, I: 12
  • industry, I: 56-57
  • North- family, indentured, II: 32, 34
  • North- marketplace, I: 35
  • revolution, I: 39, 49; II: 31
  • slavery, I: 29
  • banks, top six, II: 27

Analogy, I: 62, 64; II: 27; III: 18, 23, 35, 36

Anxiety, II: 10

API, Basic Petroleum Data Book, I: P7-1

Arabs, I: 51

Aramaeans, I: 51

Arbitrary

  • arrest and seizure, I: 57
  • authority, I: 51
  • government, I: 33: II: 27
  • power, I: 49, 54
  • process, I: 52
  • will, I: 59

Aristocracy of wealth (Jefferson), I: 50

Asset(s)

  • bank earning, III: 22
  • capital, II: 19
  • collateralized, II: 23; III: 21
  • concentration of, II: 26; III: 29
  • cumulative number of asset seizures, I: 33
  • decrease in the value of, II: 14
  • of defaulting businesses and consumers, II: 24
  • gaining possession of the defender's: attack, I: 47
  • lenders' expectations regarding the value of, II: 19
  • on liquidating, at depressed prices, II: 14, 23
  • oversupply of, II: 19
  • per capita, of top banks, II: 27
  • prices of, II: 19, 24
  • quick, II: 23
  • size of bank, III: 22
  • sold at distressed values, II: 19
  • taking positions of ownership or control in, I: 44; II: 14
  • ultimate control of, in a rigged game, III: 27

ATM. See Automatic Teller Machine

Authority

  • abuse of, I: 59
  • basis of, I: 64
  • and the Church, I: 64
  • and consent of the governed, I: 32
  • danger to, I: 51
  • fear-based, I: 64, 65
  • Hobbes' theory of, I: 62
  • and prestige of the Church: how damaged, III: 14
  • scientific method, I: 52
  • secret of religious, I: 62

Automatic Banking Machine, I: 21

Automatic Teller Machine, I: 21

Ayoub, Edward E.

  • Doctrine of Capitalism, III: 25-31
  • Empirical Model of the Business Cycle, II: 21-28
  • Fundamental Theory of the Business Cycle, III: 18-25
  • Quantum Theory of Economics (QTE), III: 32-43
  • Quantum Theory of Ethics (a note), III: 37 n.

Axioms, III: 30

 

B

Bank(s)

  • abuses of, I: 9
  • brokerage arms of, II: 14
  • CEOs: replaceable by software robots, III: 29
  • calling, reducing, or freezing loans, I: 44, 58; II: 14; III: 41
  • cash resources at, II: 14
  • central, I: 13, 48
  • chartered, II: 22
  • as Churches of Capitalism, I: 64; III: 28
  • clearing and wholesale prices, II: 18
  • coercive tricks of, I: 9
  • commercial power, II: 14
  • commercial real estate loan portfolios at, II: 6
  • and conflicts of interest, II: 14
  • and contracts, I: 57
  • control over the economy, III: 22
  • and control of money, II: 6
  • concentric run on, I: 45
  • and credit creation, I: 13; III: 22
  • credit crunch at, II: 14, 23, 35
  • currency outside, II: 22
  • deposits, II: 6
  • on destabilization of borrowers, I: 39, 44; II: 10
  • destructive or predatory instincts, I: 58
  • distribution of loans at, II: 15; III: 22
  • dividends at big, II: 26
  • duty and responsibility of, I: 57
  • economic rights and, I: 57
  • on embodying society's will to live in, I: 58
  • entanglements, with small business owners, II: 14; III:41
  • on an evil, deceiving a small business owner or abusing commercial powers, III: 41
  • exposure, II: 23
  • foreclosing mortgages, II: 15
  • as gatekeepers, I: 62
  • giving net advantages to, I: 9
  • global competition and, II: 27
  • governance, II: 14
  • highly leveraged, II: 20
  • home owners and, II: 15
  • innovation and, I: 18
  • as interacting bodies, in an economic system, III: 36
  • interest of, in student loans, I: 59-60
  • interests of a few Capitalists and, III: 29
  • as intermediaries, between Man and Capital, I: 62
  • investment arms of, II: 14
  • judicial system and, II: 15
  • largest, in Canada, II: 6, 17, 37
  • legal defense against, I: 44
  • liquidity at, II: 13
  • loan policies of, II: 7
  • loans, distribution of, II: 9
  • loans, II: 9, 11, 15, 22, 23; III: 18, 19, 22
  • merger, III: 38
  • misdirected loans at, I: 9
  • -money, II: 9, 21, 35, 56; III: 9, 10, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 33, 34, 40
  • moral and ethical codes, II: 14
  • motives and intentions of: how revealed, II: 21
  • mutual funds arms of, II: 14
  • on negotiating credit lines with, I: 9
  • new legislature for, I: 61
  • overinvestments, II: 6, 13; III: 41
  • policies, II: 9, 15
  • power of, I: 57; II: 14
  • practices, II: 14, 15
  • profits at big, II: 26
  • property seizure at, II: 25
  • provision for credit losses, II: 26
  • public relations at, I: 9, 18
  • rationing loans at, II: 23
  • relying on software, III: 16
  • run on, 7a; I: 36, 45, 46, 48
  • speculative activities at, II: 14
  • speculators and, II: 23; III: 38
  • sphere of influence of, III: 22
  • and stability of small business, III: 18
  • structure and distribution of loans at, III: 22
  • taking position of ownership or control, II: 14
  • and technology, III: 29
  • tellers: replaceable by multimedia software, III: 29
  • tightening credit, II: 23
  • top five, in Canada, I: 46
  • top six, in the U.S., II: 27
  • top three, in Canada, II: 17, 27
  • on transferring risks from, to small firms, II: 14; III: 41
  • on trusting, I: 10
  • universal, II: 34
  • venture capital arms of, II: 14
  • See also Banking, Big Business, Credit creation, Distribution pattern, Overinvestments

BANK LOAN SAFETY LEGISLATION, III: 29

Bank of Canada, I: 46; II: 7, 22, CE-3

Bank of Montreal, I: 46; II: 17, PB-2, PB-3, PB-4

Bank of Nova Scotia, The, I: 46

Bankers

  • central, II: 6
  • as clergy of Capitalism, I: 64; III: 28
  • destabilizing borrowers, I: 44; II: 10
  • and electronic warehouses, I: 21
  • general withdrawals of balances, I: 36
  • and monopolization of science, I: 18
  • motives and intentions of, II: 10
  • operating loans, II: 13
  • policies of, II: 6
  • potential interference of, in client-accountant loop, II: 14
  • students and, I: 10
  • technology and, I: 21
  • will of, II: 10
  • See also Canadian Association of Bankers, Overinvestments, Talent

Banking

  • and burdens of regulation, II: 31
  • and commercial powers, concentrated, III: 22
  • electronic, III: 16
  • "wildcat" and "reckless" (Schumpeter), II: 13, 24

Bankruptcies

  • business, II: 7-9, 11, 25, 37; III: 20, 33
  • consumer, II: 9, 14-15, 25; III: 20
  • as destruction, II: 18, 29
  • and distribution of commercial real estate loans, III: 18
  • and economic destruction, I: 34, 58
  • as economic duels, I: 34
  • as excommunications, I: 64; III: 28
  • fear of, I: 62
  • and fictitious money, III: 10
  • losses from, II: 10
  • of entrepreneurs, III: 20
  • statistics, I: 7, 35, 58

Being

  • according to Heidegger, III: 7, 16
  • "[B]eing-for-another" and "bondage" (Hegel), III: 19, 27, 35, 36, 40
  • Being and Time (Heidegger), III: 16
  • Capitalist devaluation of Man's, III: 7-8
  • Capitalist mode of, II: 34
  • economic, II: 11, 34, 35
  • on "fabricated" (Nietzsche), III: 8
  • "[B]eing-as-having-been" (Heidegger), III: 21
  • Hegelian moment of, expressed mathematically, III: 35
  • "[B]eing-in-and-for-himself" (Hegel), III: 19
  • Man's, and fictitious bank-money, III: 9
  • manipulation of, II: 11
  • new consciousness of, II: 28
  • "potentiality-for-being" (Heidegger), III: 21
  • "[B]eing-for-self" and "lordship" (Hegel), III: 35, 40
  • SLAVE dimension of, III: 36
  • "Being has been transformed into a value" (Heidegger), III: 7
  • transformed: through the agency of money, into a secure and enduring source of labor for the rich, III: 7
  • no continuing, for "universals" (Hegel), III: 38
  • veiled truth of, revealed by the business cycle, III: 23

Beliefs, I: 62, 64; II: 29; III: 9

Benefits

  • from buying and selling, I: 5
  • of Capitalists and usurers, III: 19
  • contracts that give, I: 54
  • cui bono, II: 7, 21
  • from dissociating labor from the productive process, I: 17
  • employment insurance, II: 15
  • from globalization, I: 19
  • industry, for the rich and powerful, I: 11
  • joint, of lenders and borrowers, I: 56
  • to Man from science: entrapment of nature as "calculable" reserve (Heidegger), III: 5
  • of the Money Trust, I: 47, 48
  • from reason, I: 52
  • recovering, for the citizen, I: 10
  • of the rich from Capitalism: entrapment of Man as calculable reserve of servitude, III: 5
  • of the ruling few, from the business cycle, III: 18
  • from science and technology, I: 57-58
  • from scientific discovery: disproportionate with influence of top scientists on public policy, III: 30
  • of slavery, I: 27
  • from unconcealing secrets of nature (Heidegger), III: 4

Biblical literature on usury. See Index of Biblical and Prophetic References

Big Business

  • absurd monopolistic interests of, I: 3
  • administrative procedures of, I: 59
  • allegiance of, III: 29
  • arbitrary will of, I: 59
  • commercial powers demanded by, II: 27
  • concentration of global financial and electronic powers in, at the expense of the citizen, III: 9
  • as creditors, I: 33
  • divorcing science and technology, from scientists and engineers, I: 3
  • economic policies of, II: 15
  • Gargantuan profits of, II: 26
  • governments behaving like, I: 35
  • hijacking technology, I: 31
  • Huxley on, I: 31
  • monopolistic practices of, I: 60
  • needs and motives of: often divergent from those of society, III: 29
  • net advantages for, I: 16, 32, 39, 59; II: 3, 24, 68: III: 30
  • net litigation advantages of, II: 14
  • not allowed to transfer risks, I: 57
  • as para-governments, I: 58, 59; III: 29
  • repulsion from, III: 9
  • resentment of, II: 26
  • science must never become the exclusive property of, III: 29
  • on the State becoming a puppet of, II: 27
  • tax advantages of, over citizens, I: 16
  • war on the unmerited net advantages of, I: 42, 48

Big financial institutions, III: 20

Big Government

  • absurd monopolistic interests of, I: 3
  • attack on unjust net advantages of, I: 48
  • frustration and anger against, I: 35
  • net advantages of, I: 16, 32, 39, 42, 59; II: 3, 68; III: 30
  • policies and practices of, II: 15
  • resentment of, II: 26
  • sadistic instincts of, I: 58
  • science must never become the exclusive property of, III: 29

Borrower(s)

  • asymmetries in the powers of banks and, I: 57
  • control and dominion over, II: 3
  • defaulting: exploited, defiled, destabilized, or bankrupted, III: 10
  • democratic creed and, I: 37
  • destabilized, I: 39, 44; III: 29
  • destined to serve lenders, III: 5
  • on devastating, I: 44
  • duels between lenders and, I: 34
  • economic paths of, III: 34
  • economic stability of, I: 57
  • equity position of, II. 19
  • evil, swindling lenders, III: 41
  • finite opportunities and possibilities for servant-, III: 27
  • forced to liquidate assets, II: 23
  • indentured by usurers, III: 20
  • as interacting bodies, in an economic system, III: 36
  • interests of, II: 19
  • "[T]he borrower is servant to the lender" (Solomon). See Solomonic creed
  • the Money Trust's net advantages over, 26
  • no information ought to be concealed from, I: 61
  • "nearly upon the same footing with bankrupts or people of doubtful credit" (Smith), I: 11
  • obligations of, to lenders, I: 10
  • as preys to lenders, I: 20
  • refinancing loans, II: 19
  • responsibility of, for loans, III: 29
  • right of: "to refuse absolutely to return both interest and principal" (Plato), 8a
  • rolling over loans, II: 19
  • ruled by rich masters, III: 27
  • as servants to lenders. See Solomonic creed
  • servitude of: enframed in the Solomonic creed, III: 10
  • speculative investments of, II: 6
  • See also Bank Loan Safety Act, Lenders, Philosophy of Borrower Responsibility, Solomonic creed

Borrowing

  • and false freedom, III: 32
  • Franklin on, II: 11
  • from the Money Trust, I: 19
  • Plato on, II: 29

BP and Oil & Gas Journal, I: P7-1

Breakup, of Canada, II: 15, 27-28, 34, 68

British

  • Capitalist theoretician: Babbage, I: 17
  • election results: how possibly perverted, through use of software (Penrose), III: 30
  • empire, I: 31
  • encroachment, war against, I: 38
  • "poor man's hatred of the rich" (Spengler), II: 4
  • transatlantic trade, I: 29: III: 29

Broadcasting, global multimedia, I: 22

Business cycle, the

  • asset seizures during, I: 33
  • and borrowing by entrepreneurs, II: 19
  • as calculated stealthy mechanism for exploiting the potential entrepreneur in every one of us, III: 27
  • categories (Schumpeter), II: 18
  • as concealed plan, II: 21
  • control of, III: 19
  • dangers from, III: 21
  • down-side of, III: 20
  • dynamics of, I: 60; II: 13, 17-20
  • economic and social changes: entailed in, II: 17
  • economic order of: enfolded in space-time structure and distribution of money stock, III: 19, 22
  • effect of, on National economy, II: 68
  • Empirical Model of the Business Cycle. See Ayoub
  • as enemy of progress, III: 24
  • essence of, III: 17-27
  • as eternal struggle between rational forces for good (innovation, invention, and wealth creation) and irrational forces for evil (usurious exploitation, sadistic or wicked destruction, and wealth predation), III: 24
  • as eternally enfolding-unfolding mechanism to perpetuate Capitalist order, III: 27
  • evolution of, as linked reaction chains, III: 38
  • expansion phase of, III: 18
  • failures induced by, I: 57
  • Fundamental Theory of the Business Cycle. See Ayoub
  • Harvesting and Predation phase of, II: 21; III: 20, 21
  • as harmonic oscillations caused by coherent or collective behavior of Capitalists, III: 38
  • hazards of, I: 57
  • hologram of, III: 23
  • implicate order of, II: 37, 50: III: 18-19, 22
  • and innovation, II: 19
  • Juglar, II: 18
  • Kitchin, II: 18
  • Kondratieff, II: 18
  • Kuznets, II: 18
  • marketplace driven by, I: 15
  • mental ground for destruction and predation, III: 40
  • Model and partial theories of, III: 18
  • next, I: 10; III: 21
  • as Nietzschian Eternal Return of the Same, in Capitalism, 9a; III: 18
  • as perpetual oscillations between happiness and misery, II: 31
  • phases of, II: 17, 18, 21
  • possible chains of causation of, II: 17
  • potential adversities of, III: 21
  • questions regarding, II: 3
  • as recurring enfoldment-unfoldment pattern, III: 18, 40
  • regularity of, II: 21, 30
  • repetition of, II: 6; III: 23
  • and rich-poor income gap, II: 64
  • role of debt and speculation in, II: 19
  • self-sameness of: manifold securing the dominion of Capitalists, III: 23
  • sequences of, III: 23
  • social, health, and welfare consequences of, II: 56
  • special, II: 18
  • speculative overinvestments: integral and necessary part of, II: 21
  • structural links of, II: 46
  • as struggle for the good life, II: 30
  • unconcealed, II: 21-28
  • unfoldment of, II: 37
  • unity of plan of, II: 21, 30
  • up-side of, III: 18
  • wave-like pattern of, II: 6; III: 40
  • who benefits from, II: 21
  • Zarathustra's admonition: applied to, III: 27
  • See Ayoub, Overinvestment cycles, Trade cycles, Vicious cycle

 

C

Canada, I: 12, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 34, 35, 46, 62; II: 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 22, 27, 28, 29, 32, 34; III: 15, 22, 36

  • breakup of, II: 15, 27-28, 34, 68
  • one of richest countries, I: 19; II: 15

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), II: 15, 17, CD-3, CF-3, CF-4, CF-5, CF-6, CF-7

Canadian Association of Bankers, I: 20

Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS), II: CC-6

Canadian Global Almanac, I: P7-1

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), I: 46; II: 17, PB-2, PB-3, PB-4

Canadian lending rate, II: CE-4

Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), II: 13

Canadian treasury bill rate, II: CE-4

"[C]annibal desire to have and to possess" (Ricoeur), I: 10

Capital

  • assets, II: 19
  • banks as intermediaries between Man and, I: 62
  • free trade and, I: 3
  • goods, II: 4
  • industrial and commercial, II: 22
  • intangible intellectual, I: 13
  • lack of, II: 10
  • predatory character of, III: 21
  • and price of a commodity, I: 13
  • runs on banks and consequent losses of, I: 46
  • stock, per shareholder, II: 26
  • ugly structural unity of, III: 21
  • venture, I: 18; II: 14; III: 16, 28

Capitalism

  • Babbage's principle of, I: 18
  • becoming dirigisme, I: 3
  • brain trust of, I: 28
  • champions of, 9a; III: 32
  • Churches of, I: 64
  • competitive, I: 9
  • concealed as Religion of Money, I: 62; III: 28
  • corrupting and contaminating freedom of whole populations, III: 32
  • as "creative destruction" process (Schumpeter), III: 9-10
  • danger concealed in, III: 3, 7
  • darkness in, I: 63
  • Darwinistic technology for dominating Man as labor, III: 10, 28
  • as defective world order, III: 28
  • destining rule of, III: 5.
  • destruction of, I: 20
  • doctrine of: due for a major overhaul, III: 25
  • endurance of, III: 10
  • enemy of: Reason, III: 28
  • enframed in the Solomonic creed. See Solomonic creed
  • entrapping Man: as calculable reserve of servitude, for the benefit of the rich, III: 5
  • essence of, 7a; III: 3-13
  • evils of, I: 64
  • a "failure for the lower classes" (Zinn), I: 36
  • failure of, 9a; III: 23, 28
  • freedom and, I: 5
  • genetic code of, 7a
  • genetic process of, 9a
  • history of, III: 10
  • intellectual bastion for, I: 27
  • intellectual machinery from probing the essence of, III: 3
  • logic of: must change, III: 25
  • "most treacherous form of" (Brecht), III: 1
  • must become accessible to all, II: 33
  • need for revaluating, III: 9
  • as Nietzschian Eternal Recurrence of the Same, III: 18, 24
  • not accessible to all the people, I: 3, II: 32
  • not grounded in science, III: 4
  • not the proper way to be free, III: 28
  • oldest technology for dominating Man, I: 62
  • out-of-control, III: 30
  • perpetuation of, II: 22
  • perverted, as Faustian technology, I: 3
  • prescription for saving, I: 65
  • as priesthood, 7a; III: 28
  • primary technology for dominating Man: as worker or servant, III: 4
  • as progress: a fraudulent myth, III: 16
  • Ptolemaic, 7a; III: 28, 29
  • questions concerning, III: 3
  • rapacious, I: 20, 28
  • real actual goal of, 9a
  • reality of: revealed during Harvesting-Predation phase of the business cycle, III: 21
  • as Religion of Money, 7a
  • rule of, in democracies, II: 34
  • Schumpeter on the decay of, II: 1
  • Schumpeter on the question: Can Capitalism Survive? III: 9-10
  • self-destruction of, III: 3, 8, 9-10,
  • new paths for (Spengler), II: 3
  • strategies and practices of modern, III: 10
  • supporters of, III: 24
  • as technology for dominating Man as servitude, 7a
  • technology that summons the Capitalist to dominate Man: as labor stock, III: 4
  • theory of, I: 17
  • true essence of, II: 34
  • turning point of, III: 9
  • ultimate destiny of, III: 8
  • unconcealed, III: 4
  • Veiled truth of Being of, III: 23
  • war of, against Reason, III: 28
  • See also Capitalist, Capitalists, Solomonic creed, Trinity of Capitalism

Capitalist(s)

  • breakup of Canada: a problem for, II: 28
  • and the business cycle, III: 17
  • coherent or collective behavior of, III: 38
  • concealed plan of, II: 21
  • concentrations of wealth: highly unstable, III: 27
  • Darkness, 8a, 11a
  • devaluation of Man, III: 8
  • dogdom, III: 25
  • dominion of: secured by the recurrence of the business cycle, III: 23
  • dominion over Man by: how taken and received, III: 3
  • economic order, III: 26
  • encroachment over citizens, III: 10
  • Enlightenment, 8a, 11a
  • "Faustian money": thinking in money (Spengler), II: 4
  • fitness of, in the marketplace, I: 28
  • harm from local and practical, I: 9
  • index for, I: 64
  • indoctrination, III: 26
  • instincts of, I: 18
  • insurrection against, I: 51
  • machine, I: 17
  • mode of Being, II: 34
  • monitoring potential threats from, II: 13
  • mythology, III: 32
  • net advantages of, II: 3; III: 20
  • new wealth for: created by entrepreneurs, III: 20
  • nihilistic instincts of, I: 61
  • order, of lordship and bondage, III: 20, 27
  • power of, to excommunicate, I: 64
  • priesthood, deception of, III: 20
  • probability of, self-destruction, III: 10
  • process, II: 18; III: 9
  • prosperity of, I: 17
  • rapacious, 9a; I: 28; III: 30
  • safety of millions sacrificed for the benefit of a few, II: 26
  • "scheme of values" (Mumford), III: 1
  • society, II: 13, 28, 34; III: 18, 22, 23, 27
  • standing reserve for, III: 19
  • and the Trade Cycle, II: 4
  • and usurers, II: 21; III: 19
  • vices of, I: 51

CAPITALIST ENCROACHMENT INDEX,™ III: 10

Capitalist order, struggle against, III: 16

Cardiovascular disease. See Ischemic heart disease, Heart attack

Causality

  • according to Hume, II: 8
  • according to Schopenhauer, II: 10-11
  • beliefs shaped by (Plato), II: 29
  • distortion of, in the marketplace, III: 32
  • of failures, imputed to destabilized firms: counterfactual, III: 34
  • Franklin's law of, II: 11
  • importance of, II: 7
  • intelligible (Kant), II: 11
  • issues, II: 7
  • maliciously distorted in the marketplace, III: 34
  • study of, II: 7
  • understanding of, II: 10

Causation of change, II: 21

Cause(s)

  • acceptability of, II: 12
  • chains of, II: 17
  • of bankruptcy, II: 10
  • of capital assets not generating expected profits, II: 19
  • of change, II: 18
  • of economic instabilities, I: 39
  • and effects, II: 6-12, 17
  • of financial distress, II: 13
  • of increased demand for capital assets, II: 19
  • of losses, II: 10
  • of misery, I: 28
  • reasoning from effects to, and vice versa, I: 52
  • strategy inferred from, 38
  • testing and confirmation of, II: 12
  • understanding, from effects, II: 9-10

CCJS. See Canadian Center for Justice Statistics

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), II: 13

Chain

  • of causal influences, III: 22
  • of economic and social events, II: 11
  • of events, leading to destruction of small businesses, II: 10
  • of linked reactions, III: 38
  • money, II: 50

Chain of causality, the

  • connections between links in, II: 17
  • following links in, II: 11
  • hidden links in, II: 9
  • See also Chain, Links, Links and connections

Change

  • in bank loans, II: 11
  • in the concentration of wealth, III: 34
  • in the distribution and structure of bank-money, II: 37; III: 22, 34
  • economic, II: 21; III: 18
  • in effects, II: 11
  • historical, II: 17
  • list of, II: 21
  • in the money stock, II: 7, 11, 22, 50
  • in the national economy, II: 37
  • phases of, II: 18
  • in the time-distribution and structure of money, II: 50
  • See also Links between structural changes

China, I: 34

Christ, Jesus, III: 14, 26

Christian morality, III: 8

Christianity, III: 1, 8

CIBC. See Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

Citizen(s)

  • awaiting blows, I: 44
  • Capitalism not accessible to all the, I: 3
  • concealing information from, I: 61
  • Darwinistic advantages to Big Business and Big Government: at the expense of, I: 3, 16, 26, 65; II: 3
  • debt load of, II: 29
  • on declaring independence from the Money Trust, I: 36
  • decrease of freedom of, II: 22
  • destabilizing, I: 57
  • Early Warning System for, II: 13
  • easily overpowered by transnationals, I: 35
  • economic being of: threatened by Capitalist mode of Being, II: 34
  • economic duels between lenders and, I: 34
  • economic war between the Money Trust and, I: 35
  • effect of loan policies on, I: 11
  • elimination of the net advantages of the Money Trust over, I: 65
  • on establishing a new Rule of Law, I: 36
  • financial lives of, and competence of executives at top international financial institutions, I: 32
  • forces of creditors against, I: 44
  • and the fraudulent Solomonic creed, I: 56
  • free and equal, I: 47
  • freedom, options, and life of, II: 34
  • governments have no clues on how to make the good life accessible to, II: 32
  • increase in the slavery of, II: 29
  • increase of government control over, II: 27
  • indentured, I: 3; II: 31
  • legislative and judicial net advantages: at the expense of, I: 32
  • liberties of, I: 57
  • monitoring threats against the economic stability of, II: 13
  • most: a few paychecks away from poverty, I: 35
  • must understand the purpose and dynamics of the business cycle, II: 13, 17
  • net advantages at the expense of, I: 39, 42; II: 24, 33, 68; III: 30
  • not organized, I: 35
  • as nothing but indentured servants, III: 25
  • recovering free exchange for, I: 10
  • right to resist of, I: 58
  • stochastic desires and free will of, III: 32
  • subjugated economically, I: 30
  • superiority of numbers and moral forces, I: 36
  • tax advantages of Big Business at the expense of, I: 16
  • technology: not necessarily used to create wealth for, I: 17
  • topographical maps for, II: 13
  • transferring risks to, from policies of Big Business, I: 57
  • and unjust laws and unfair institutions, I: 58
  • unsuspecting, and the megamachine, I: 21
  • withdrawing deposits from banks, I: 35

CIA. See Central Intelligence Agency

Clausewitzian Plan of War, against the Money Trust, 10a; I: 41-50. See also War

CMHC. See Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Coercion

  • extortion and, I: 19
  • instrument of, I: 13
  • money as value in, I: 3
  • parties to contracts and, I: 58
  • physical, I: 16
  • relative expected, I: 14
  • in rigged game of catallaxy, III: 26
  • in rigged marketplace, III: 26, 32, 41

Coherent, behavior of financial institutions, III: 32

Cohesive

  • behavior of financial institutions, III: 34, 38
  • overinvestment behavior by banks and trust companies, III: 41

Collective

  • behavior of Capitalists, III: 38
  • behavior of financial institutions, III: 32, 34
  • changes in the distribution or density of money, III: 34
  • economic security, I: 47
  • excitation models, III: 34
  • overinvestment behavior, by banks and trust companies, III: 41

Collectivism

  • horrors of, I: 29
  • The Road to Serfdom (Hayek), I: 5

Collectivist and commercial nightmares, I: 31

Command

  • Capitalist, over Man as labor stock, III: 4-5
  • economy, I: 17

Command and control

  • hoard of labor, III: 7
  • need to fragment and divide, III: 17
  • See also Dominion

Commercial

  • and collectivist nightmares, 31
  • financial and, need for separation of powers, I: 21
  • first PC, televised, III: 15
  • future, III: 15
  • "ideal of individual freedom and English comfort" (Hayek), 9a; I: 29-30
  • and industrial capital, II: 22
  • paper rates, II: 18
  • and political despots, I: 32
  • and political organizations, I: 31
  • powers, I: 9; II: 14, 27; III: 22, 41
  • prices of properties, I: 12
  • "propaganda" (Huxley), I: 31
  • real estate loans, II: 6, 7, 8, 13, 17, 18, 19, 22, 29, 37, 46, 50, 56, 68; III: 18, 22, 34, 38, 41
  • real estate, overinvestment cycles in, I: 15
  • real estate, quick profits from, I: 9
  • real estate speculators, I: 34
  • real estate, transfer of risk from, I: 57
  • regulations, I: 12

Commercialization, of Watt's invention, III: 15

Communications

  • global, networks, I: 22
  • lines of, I: 38

Communism, I: 29

Competition

  • as conquest and dominion, II: 32, III: 7
  • global, II: 27
  • Hobbes' view of, I: 52
  • and innovation, II: 31
  • role of, 19
  • Rousseau's view of, I: 53

Computer

  • first Personal, invented by Xerox, III: 15
  • intelligent -controlled devices, and Darwinian evolution, III: 29

Computerization and networking

  • and flawed corporate administrative procedures, III: 30

Computerized devices, I: 22

Computing, the future of a People, III: 30

Concentration

  • breeding dirigisme, III: 29
  • of disproportionate wealth, II: 25
  • of fictive powers, lead to war, III: 27
  • financial, II: 24
  • of indentured servitude: highly unstable, III: 27
  • of ownership and control of assets: dangers from excesses, III: 29
  • of powers, I: 35; II: 27; III: 3, 9
  • of vast global financial and electronic powers, III: 3, 9
  • of wealth in a few Capitalists, highly unstable, III: 27
  • of wealth: predictable from cohesive or collective behavior of financial institutions, III: 34

Concept(s)

  • Aristotle's, of household, II: 32
  • Bohm's, of implicate order, III: 17, 34
  • Clausewitzian, of war, I: 47
  • common representation of financial, economic, and social, II: 21
  • Heidegger's, of dominion as technology, III: 4
  • Heideggerian and Nietzschian, III: 3
  • of Man and laws, I: 52
  • on "spirit" aiming "to reach its own concept" (Hegel), III: 16
  • and understanding, II: 9
  • on the world-conception underlying the System of Laws, III: 9

Confidence, I: 58

Conflict of interest, II: 14

Connected, unbroken economic whole, III: 18

Connection(s)

  • between "Being" and "Time" (Heidegger), III: 16
  • between economic quanta, III: 32
  • between financial, economic, and social variables, III: 18
  • between freedom and "justice" (Nietzsche), III: 30
  • between "innovation" and economic "growth" (Scherer), III: 14-15
  • between payments and future value, III: 40
  • between progress and "Spirit" (Hegel), III: 16
  • between quantum theory and the brain (Penrose), III: 34
  • between Quantum Theory of Economics (QTE) and Conventional Theories of Economics (CTE), III: 34
  • between "Spirit" and Time (Hegel), III: 16
  • between usurer (as lord) and entrepreneur (as bondsman), III: 19
  • dis- from society, III: 20
  • See Links between structural changes

Consumer

  • assets, seized, II: 24
  • bankruptcies, II: 9, 14-15, 25; III: 20, 22
  • consumption, II: 22
  • and game of catallaxy, III: 26
  • failures, II: 6
  • inflation rate, II: 50
  • instalment and other personal loans, II: 6
  • prices, II: 50
  • protecting, II: 31

Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada, Bankruptcy Branch, I: 34, P11-2, P15-1; II: 8, 9 n., 14, CC-3

Contractual paraphernalia, indentured servants equipped with, III: 26

Contracts

  • abrogation of unfair, I: 37
  • and acknowledgments of debt, III: 19
  • annulment of, I: 36
  • "broken" (Schopenhauer), II: 11
  • as chains of subjugation, I: 3
  • disposition of, I: 44, 47
  • and economic liberty, I: 57
  • enforcement of, I: 16
  • and flawed legal system, I: 56
  • monopolistic practices and, I: 10
  • revocable, I: 54
  • and slavery, I: 54
  • usurious, I: 3
  • unfair or unjust, I: 47

Control

  • of agribusiness or of food distribution channels, III: 32
  • anarchy or loss of, I: 32
  • of most assets of the world: by a few, in a rigged game, III: 27
  • of behavior, I: 63
  • of the business cycle, by and for the benefit of a ruling few, III: 18, 19
  • Capitalism out-of-, masquerading as technology out-of- control, III: 30
  • Capitalist, of everything and everyone as object, to be bought and sold in the marketplace, III: 7
  • Capitalist monopolization and, I: 18
  • over the citizen, by the government, II: 27
  • concentration of ownership and, of assets, III: 29
  • concentration of shareholder, II: 26
  • of credit creation, by banks, III: 22
  • on drifting toward "state control" (Hayek), II: 4
  • of economic transactions, I: 21
  • of the economy, II: 50, III: 18, 22
  • electronic, I: 21
  • of entrepreneurs and workers: as standing-reserve for Capitalists, III: 19
  • equity, I: 18
  • on "Faustian money" and (Spengler), II: 3
  • of human economic life, I: 21, 23, 29, 35, 41
  • of the implicate order of the economy, III: 18, 19
  • of inflation, II: 19
  • of information, I: 36
  • instrument of, I: 13
  • over laws and the media, I: 62
  • of learning, I: 59
  • of Life: the loot from the fiercest War of Capitalism against Reason, III: 28
  • of loans, II: 6
  • over Man, as mere servant, III: 4
  • of the marketplace: through a system of biased net advantages, II: 30
  • of medical care and health insurance, III: 30
  • of the megamachine, III: 29
  • of money, II: 4, 6; III: 22
  • monopolist, I: 55
  • over nature, III: 3, 4
  • position of ownership or, I: 44; II: 14, 24
  • of product, process of production, and science and technology, I: 17-18
  • over science and technology: War of Capitalism against Reason, III: 28
  • of supply, I: 11
  • sadistic, I: 57
  • "separation" and, of property (Aristotle), III: 17
  • student loans as a new source of, I: 60
  • through deceit, I: 54
  • totalitarian state, II: 3
  • unconditional dominion and, of Man as mere hoard of labor, III: 7
  • usury and global electronic, I: 23
  • usury out-of-, III: 21

Corporate

  • administrative powers, coercive, I: 14
  • administrative procedures, III: 30
  • personal and, direct taxes, I: 16; II: 27
  • and political evil empires, I: 28
  • takeover and buyout, II: 13

Corporations

  • big corporations swallowing up small, II: 24
  • and Gargantuan profits, II: 26
  • "keep prices up" (Smith), I: 11
  • and lower-tax jurisdictions, II: 29
  • on the monopolization of "technological intelligence" by (Noble), I: 17
  • net litigation advantages of large, II: 14
  • ownership of economic output of slaves or indentured persons by, III: 35
  • quantum states of (QTE), III: 33
  • and robots, I: 17
  • and slave trade, I: 29
  • on the "social responsibility" of (Friedman), I: 28
  • wave functions of, III: 35

Council of Economic Advisers. See Economic Report of the President

Counter-cycle, policies, II: 24, 25

Counterfactual

  • imputation of causality of failures to destabilized firms, III: 34
  • imputation of economic responsibility and guilt, III: 32

Countermeasures, II: 13

Counters, bean, III: 15, 16

Courts, legal attack in, I: 48

Creative

  • entrepreneurial life instinct, II: 30
  • synergistic activity, I: 57

CREATION-DESTRUCTION, 9a. See also Genetic code of Capitalism, Creative destruction

Creative destruction

  • in the Capitalist order, I: 20
  • process (Schumpeter), II: 11; III: 9
  • tyrannizing whole sectors of the economy, I: 20

Credit

  • arrangements, III: 21, 33, 34
  • assigning "prestige" and (Plato), II: 29
  • borrowers as people of "doubtful" (Smith), I: 11
  • bureaus, I: 64; III: 28
  • called, reduced, or frozen, I: 44, 58; II: 14; III: 41
  • card rights, II: 14
  • "channel" (Bernanke-Blinder), II: 19, 21
  • choking off, II: 11
  • destabilization of, II: 10
  • distribution of bank-money in the form of loans or, III: 19
  • information, I: 64
  • lines, I: 9, 30, 60; II: 32; III: 20, 33
  • loss of, II: 9
  • money, II: 22
  • slave traders financed by, III: 25
  • standards, II: 19, 23
  • tax, III: 25, 41
  • tightening of, II: 23; III: 20
  • on "unsound" (Schumpeter), II: 13, 24
  • on the "violent death" of public (Hume), I: 48

Credit creation, I: 13; II: 19, 21, 22; III: 18, 20, 22

Credit crunch, I: 9; II: 14, 17, 19-21, 23, 35, 68

Credit cycle

  • driving the marketplace, I: 15
  • model (Cantor and Wenninger), II: 19-20

Creditors

  • advice to Big Business as, I: 33
  • and agents, II: 14; III: 41
  • beyond the reach of: intangible intellect, I: 13
  • convergent attack by, I: 44
  • defilement by, II: 10
  • destabilizing a business, II: 13
  • duels between borrowers and, I: 34
  • false signals to, I: 9
  • families indentured to, II: 21
  • harassment by, I: 19; II: 10
  • honest, III: 20
  • losses experienced by, II: 9
  • motives of, II: 10, 21
  • moving to take ownership or control positions, II: 24
  • and panics, I: 36
  • people indentured to, II: 28
  • perceptual properties of, II: 9
  • and predatory behavior, II: 25
  • Roebuck's: placing no value on innovation (Scherer), III: 15
  • and signalling, II: 13
  • wave function of (QTE), III: 41
  • will of: how revealed, II: 10

Creed

  • Solomonic vs. democratic, I: 36
  • See also Solomonic creed

CSE, II: 13

CSIS. See Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Cui bono, who benefits, II: 7, 29-30

Cycle. See Business cycle

 

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