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Analytical Subject Index
to Books I-III

K-N

K

Kantian

  • concept of radical evil, applied, 7a; III: 40
  • method, II: 8-9

Kill ratio, economic, I: 34

Killed

  • on Capitalism "eventually" being, "by its own successes" (Schumpeter), III: 9
  • God (Nietzsche's Madman in the marketplace), III: 7

Kinds

  • of change (Aristotle), II: 18
  • of forces, and stability of Capitalist system, III: 9

Knowledge

  • of causal links, II: 13
  • consistent (Galileo's scientific method), III: 14
  • distribution of, III: 24
  • divorcing workers from, I: 18
  • for-: of possible deceits, entanglements, and evils, awaiting entrepreneurs and workers, III: 21
  • Gibran on, I: 13
  • growth of (Tipler), III: 24
  • and intelligence: replacing labor, I: 13
  • lack of, and managerial incompetence, II: 10
  • by means of "concepts" (Kant), II: 9
  • of metapsychology of agreements, I: 60
  • of monopolistic practices of Big Business, I: 60
  • monopolization of, I: 3
  • and new consciousness of Being, III: 28
  • a posteriori, II: 10
  • a priory, II: 9
  • of propagators, III: 40
  • scientific, I: 26
  • and the scientific method, I: 52
  • and subjectively perceived appearances, II: 8

The Koran. See Index of Biblical and Prophetic References

 

L

Labor

  • dissociated from the productive process, by Capitalists, I: 17, 55
  • distinguished: from value, riches, and capital (Ricardo), I: 13
  • domesticating Man as, Darwinistic technology for, III: 10
  • exploited, across national boundaries, I: 3
  • hoard of, unconditional dominion over Man as, III: 7
  • hungry, I: 29
  • inexpensive and genetically self-reproducing, I: 8
  • quantity of, I: 13
  • replaced by intelligence and knowledge, I: 13
  • Smith on, I: 11
  • source of, for the rich, III: 7
  • stock: on call, as standing-reserve, to be ordered, III: 4
  • surplus value produced by, I: 55
  • unconcealed: Man, III: 5

Laboratories, infiltrated, III: 28

Law(s)

  • "allot the distribution of advantage" (Heidegger), III: 31
  • biased, I: 14
  • changing the orientation of, I: 36, 49
  • compliance with unjust, I: 58
  • of "contiguity" and "antecedence" (Hume), III:
  • control over, I: 62
  • decision to change, I: 59
  • defective, I: 11
  • domain of adequacy of, II: 12
  • on "eluding the severity" of (Voltaire), II: 1
  • enacted to protect right of property, I: 54
  • encoded in, the implicate order of society, II: 33
  • enframe people's destiny, III: 30, 31
  • giving assent to, I: 33
  • goal of, III: 31
  • of God, I: 26, 28, II: 1; III: 4, 7
  • of history (Bunge), III: 1
  • hypothesized, II: 12
  • "ignorance" of (Bunge), III: 1
  • and the interest of consumers, I: 12
  • Jefferson's revision of, I: 49
  • The Laws (Plato), II: 29
  • Magian, I: 3
  • manipulating, I: 16
  • of the marketplace, I: 51; III: 7
  • moral, III: 41
  • of nature, I: 52; III: 7, 24
  • net advantages implicate in the System of, I: 39
  • of Newtonian mechanics, II: 12
  • obligation to obey, I: 53
  • and order, I: 16
  • perversion of, I: 3
  • of physics, III: 23
  • preprogrammed, with the veiled intention to secure advantage, deceive, or defraud, III: 30
  • problems of, and quantum theory, III: 33
  • replaced by administrative procedures, I: 35
  • scientific, II: 12
  • simplification of, I: 56
  • and the Solomonic creed, I: 51
  • of the strongest, I: 54
  • system of, I: 39; III: 5, 9, 10
  • testing of, II: 12
  • universal, II: 12
  • violations of moral: how possibly explained or predicted (by QTE), III: 41
  • of war, I: 47
  • See also Legal, Legislation, Legislative, Rule of Law

Leaders, warning to, I: 39

Legal

  • code, I: 55-56, II: 3, 29
  • consequences, of the effects of changes in the distribution of bank-money, on borrowers, III: 34
  • costs, II: 15
  • and fraudulent expropriations, II: 25
  • il- encroachment, protection against, II: 26
  • interests of entrepreneurs, III: 20
  • and judicial biases, II: 14
  • and judiciary machinery, enframing the net advantages of Capitalists over servants and bondsmen, III: 26
  • System and economic security, II: 15
  • Code and people's economic priorities, II: 29

Legislation

  • centered in the IRRATIONAL-EVIL quadrant of the Philosophical Compass, 9a
  • colonial, I: 29
  • core flaws in, descended from the Solomonic creed, III: 5
  • encoded in: Darwinistic seed, 9a
  • extorted, I: 11
  • flawed, I: 56; III: 26, 27
  • genetic code of society, 9a
  • hidden goal of, 9a
  • inadequate, I: 21
  • most conducive to increasing freedom and wealth for all, III: 31
  • perverted, 7a
  • pretended, I: 33
  • promoting life instincts, 10a
  • restructuring of, I: 42
  • safety, III: 29
  • See also BANK LOAN SAFETY LEGISLATION, Law(s), Legal, Legal code, Legislative, Rule of Law, Solomonic creed

Legislative

  • corruption of, I: 39
  • and economic configuration, of Capitalism, III: 25
  • establishment of a new, I: 48, 49
  • Frankenstein monster, I: 55-56
  • and judicial net advantages, of Big Business and Big Government, I: 32
  • net advantages, of the Money Trust, I: 55
  • on reason for returning to "old" (Locke), I:50
  • risk of annihilation or extinction, III: 30
  • structures, and economic mischief, I: 39
  • system: why manipulated, I: 16
  • on "transgression" by the (Locke), I: 49

Legislature

  • on "dissolution" of "corrupt" (Locke), I: 50
  • on the electorate directing the, to change the Rule of Law, II: 33
  • eliminating Darwinistic advantages in, I: 43, 65
  • embodied in the, life and death instincts, I: 58
  • fulfilling the will of the people, I: 39
  • new, I: 61
  • on new: opposing potentially sadistic instincts of Big Governments or Big Business, I: 58
  • on separating the Money Trust from the, I: 55
  • tyranny of the , I: 32

Leisure

  • and the good life, conditions for acquiring, I: 27, 57
  • justice and, III: 29

Lender(s)

  • borrowers as preys to, I: 20
  • and the democratic creed, I: 37
  • duels between borrowers and, I: 34
  • on evil borrowers swindling, III: 41
  • expectations of, II: 19
  • interests of, divergent from those of debtors, II: 19
  • on laws protecting, but not necessarily borrowers, I: 20
  • liability, III: 38
  • motives and behavior of, II: 11
  • net advantages to, I: 30
  • obligation of borrowers to, and the myth of servitude, I: 10
  • recommendation to, I: 20
  • seeking war, I: 20
  • separated from borrowers, through the artifice of the Solomonic creed, III: 24
  • See also Borrowers, Solomonic creed

Liberty, economic, I: 57

Linked, reaction chains, III: 38

Links and connections

  • between the economic quanta of daily life, III: 32
  • between flawed policies and personal losses, II: 10
  • between overinvestments in commercial real estate, non-accrual loans, non-accrual residential loans, number of business bankruptcies, unemployment rate, government net lending, criminal code rate, and net income and dividends at largest bank, II: 37
  • between structural changes in money stock, bank- money, number of units foreclosed, number of therapeutic abortions, number of suicides, and separation rates for heart attacks and heart disease, II: 56
  • causal, II: 7-8, 11,13
  • in chain of causality, II: 17
  • in the chain of economic and social events, II: 11
  • in the Empirical Model of the Business Cycle (Ayoub), III: 18
  • on following links in chain of causality, II: 11
  • hidden, II: 9
  • in the system of concepts, II: 9
  • See also Cause(s), Chain of causality, Effect(s), Links

Links, structural

  • between the change in the distribution of bank-money, manufacturing capacity utilization rate, exchange rate, and average claims paid per foreclosure, II: 46
  • in the money chain: average family income after tax, change in the money stock, interest rates, change in consumer prices, and GDP per capita in constant dollars, II: 50

Liquidity

  • at banks, II: 13
  • borrowing and, II: 19
  • il- at entrepreneurial firms, II: 23
  • on "liquidity-preference" (Keynes) II: 23

Liquidation

  • "Abnormal" (Schumpeter) II: 14
  • of assets, at depressed prices, II: 14

Loan(s)

  • applications, as auricular confessions, III: 28
  • as new form of economic servitude, I: 10
  • bank, and speculative investments, II: 23
  • called, reduced, or frozen, I: 44, 58; II: 13, 23; III: 20, 41
  • changes in bank, II: 11
  • commercial and industrial, II: 19
  • commercial real estate, II: 6-7, 8, 29, 50, 56
  • and credit cycle model, II: 19
  • deposits canalized into commercial real estate, III: 22
  • distribution of bank, II: 9, 15, 19: III: 18
  • distribution of bank-money in the form of, III: 19, 22
  • distribution of commercial real estate, III: 18
  • failure to roll over, II: 19
  • fear of losing, I: 35
  • guarantor, III: 41
  • highly collateralized, II: 21; III: 19
  • indentured with: whole generations of students-as- minds, III: 28
  • indenturing families in the U.S. and Canada, II: 32
  • insiders and operating, II: 14
  • and lending rates, II: 22
  • millions subjugated economically via, I: 30
  • misdirected, at banks, I: 9; II: 22, 35
  • money-and- policies, III: 22
  • non-accrual, I: 9, 34; II: 11, 13, 18, 23, 37; III: 18, 22
  • nonperforming, II: 19, 26
  • rationing of, by banks, II: 23
  • responsibility of borrowers for, III: 29
  • sovereign and LDC, II: 13
  • structure and distribution of, at top banks, III: 22
  • student, I: 3, 10, 13, 59
  • to governments: indenturing whole populations, III: 28
  • to small and midsized enterprises, II: 23
  • See also Bank Loan Safety Legislation

Logic

  • Bohm's, III: 18
  • of Capitalism, 10a; III: 25
  • Clausewitzian, I: 36
  • of the Declaration of Independence, I: 33
  • Heideggerian, III: 28
  • Hobbesian, III: 28
  • Locke's, I: 49
  • Malthusian, I: 28
  • Solomonic, I: 23
  • using, I: 52

Logical inference, rules of, III: 30

Loss(es)

  • on attribution of, to chance, II: 10
  • awareness of causes of, II: 10
  • of capital, I: 46
  • on claims (CMHC), II: 15
  • of control over society, I: 32
  • of deposits, I: 46
  • destructive effects of, II: 10
  • direct experience from, II: 10
  • experienced by bankrupts and creditors, II: 9
  • forms and effects of, II: 9
  • job, III: 19
  • kinds of, II: 9-10
  • objectified, II: 10
  • order of events surrounding, II: 10
  • pain from, II: 11
  • profit or, III: 33
  • of property, II: 26
  • of purchasing power, I: 46
  • provision for credit, II: 26
  • of "sense of right and wrong" (Hegel), II: 25
  • subjective reality of, uncovering unity of plan, II: 10
  • tracing, II: 10
  • understanding the causality of, II: 10
  • of wealth, to usurers, III: 19

Loss of freedom

  • from economic entanglements, III: 34
  • when whole populations are indentured, III: 33

Loyalty and social cohesion, degenerating into distrust, I: 35

 

M

Madman, in the marketplace (Nietzsche), III: 7

Majority, the

  • exorcising the legislature, I: 65
  • exorcising the Money Trust, I: 62
  • might of, I: 55, 61
  • monopolizing justice, I: 55
  • psychological duping of, I: 64
  • rule, I: 59
  • tyranny of, I: 32-33, 35, 39
  • ultimate power of, I: 35
  • will of, I: 42

Malleus Maleficarum, I: 64

Managerial incompetence, II: 10

Managers

  • on money, I: 32; II: 8
  • on opposition to the objectified will of, II: 11

Market

  • arrangements and topographical maps, II: 13
  • boom in stock, II: 19
  • collapse, II: 25
  • despotism: masquerading as free trade, I: 14
  • free, I: 9; III: 24
  • -friendly regulations, II: 31
  • job, I: 60
  • largest and richest, II: 34
  • "mechanisms," needs not satisfied by (Hayek), II: 4
  • order, I: 14-15
  • price, I: 11
  • See also Marketplace

"Marketing character," transforming humans into "things" for sale in the marketplace (Fromm), I: 22

Marketplace, the, I: 16-17

  • anything but uncoerced and free, III: 32
  • Aristotle on, 8a
  • becoming an economic war zone, I: 35
  • causality in, III: 34
  • champions of free, III: 25
  • conduct of business in, and economic rights, I: 37
  • dark side of, II: 32
  • Darwinism in, III: 10
  • deception of, not subtle, I: 9
  • destructive and predatory environment, II: 68
  • dilemma of, I: 17
  • distortion of causality in, III: 32
  • dominated by the Money Trust, I: 26
  • dominion of masters over Man in, I: 39
  • economic transactions of, I: 5
  • economy: becoming a command economy, I: 17
  • on the electorate having no choice but to change the rules of, II: 33
  • and electronic money, I: 21
  • evidence from, 10a
  • evil maxims and rules of, III: 40
  • evil of, I: 13, 29, 40, III: 40
  • exploitation and plunder in, I: 27
  • exploitation of women in, I: 3
  • failure of, I: 11
  • first global marketplace for humans as property. See Royal African Company
  • fitness in, I: 28
  • "free," 7a; II: 4
  • freedom to buy and sell in, II: 32
  • frontier marketplace of usurers, I: 13
  • "full of solemn buffoons" (Nietzsche), I: 1, 5
  • "goods sold in," vs. "reason" (Gibran), I: 13
  • greed and acquisitiveness in, II: 30
  • ground of many rules and maxims in, insidiously corrupted, III: 33
  • history of the transactions of, I: 10
  • how good and evil are created and propagated in, III: 33
  • how to manipulate, I: 16
  • infallible doctrine of, I: 63
  • interference with, I: 15
  • law of, III: 7
  • laws of, and the Solomonic creed, I: 51
  • legitimized Darwinism in, III: 4
  • lords of, I: 17
  • loss of freedom in, III: 34
  • "Madman" in (Nietzsche), III: 7
  • Man "stamped as value" in (Nietzsche), III: 7
  • modeling the structure of evil in, III: 33
  • monopolistic maxims and practices of, II: 68
  • myth of free, I: 10
  • not spontaneous, II: 30
  • Pavlovian techniques of, III: 25
  • people as objects in, I: 51
  • perniciousness of, I: 20
  • perpetual oscillation between misery and more misery in, II: 31
  • potential disasters from globalization of predatory practices of, I: 39
  • practices of, I: 39, III: 25
  • priorities reversed in, II: 29
  • private economic transactions of, III: 32
  • propagation of the patterns of money beyond, II: 56
  • propaganda of, III: 23
  • "should be separate from [the] public square" (Aristotle), 8a
  • radical evil in, masquerading as meritorious virtue, III: 33
  • rapacious cunning motives of, I: 10
  • ravages of, 19
  • rigged, III: 26-27, 32
  • rights in, III: 24
  • road to freedom through, I: 5
  • a secure and enduring source of labor for the rich, III: 7
  • on seeing around corner of, III: 27
  • shadows of marketplace morality and phoney puppets, II: 33
  • spontaneous market order, I: 15
  • substituting technology for humans in, I: 17
  • supporters of, I: 12
  • a sure road to dirigisme and totalitarianism, when rigged, III: 32
  • system of biased net advantages, II: 30
  • ubiquitous characteristics of, III: 41
  • unconcealed as locus of massive coercive economic powers, III: 32
  • valuing in, III: 7
  • where everything and everyone is bought and sold as object, III: 7

Mathematical expression

  • laws of "contiguity" and "antecedence" (Bunge), III: 40
  • of the moment of Being, III: 35
  • of the movement of money: in terms of money propagators, III: 40
  • of the oneness of a Thing, as self-certainty, III: 39

Mathematical framework, of quantum theory, III: 33, 34

Mathematicians, III: 30, 37

Mathematics

  • and Galileo's scientific method, III: 14
  • theorems and axioms of, III: 30
  • use of, I: 52

Maxims

  • contravening "moral law" (Kant), III: 41
  • corrupted ground of many rules and, III: 33
  • evil, III: 32, 33, 34, 40
  • monopolistic rules and, II: 44
  • promoted by the brain trust of Capitalism, I: 28
  • and wickedness, 9a
  • See also Rules

Maximize

  • justice for all, I: 55
  • profits for stockholders, I: 28
  • surplus value produced by labor force, I: 17, 55

Megabanks, I: 15; II: 27

"Megamachine" (Mumford), I: 21-22; III: 29

Mercantile system

  • "absurdities" and "oppressions" (Smith), I: 12
  • according to Smith, I: 11

Mesopotamia, I: 51

Metaphysics, of Capitalism, 7a

Method

  • authority of the scientific, I: 52
  • Clauswitzian strategic and tactical, for splitting enemy forces and for disrupting or cutting lines of communications and lines of retreat, I: 38
  • cui bono, II: 7
  • deductive, of Euclidean geometry and algebra, I: 51
  • Galileo's scientific, III: 14
  • Heidegger's, of thinking about technology, III: 4
  • investigative, II: 21
  • Kantian, of pure reason, II: 8-9, 21
  • the modern scientific, II: 11
  • the "most effective," for "securing services that can be priced" (Hayek), II: 4
  • roots of the scientific, traced, I: 51
  • scientific, II: 11, 52

Misdirected

  • loans, at banks and trust companies, I: 9; II: 22, 35
  • resources, I: 14

Misemployment of resources, I: 32

Misery, I: 5, 27, 28, 53; II: 6, 9, 21, 29, 31, 56; III: 10, 32, 33

Misery Index, III: 10. See also CAPITALIST ENCROACHMENT INDEX

Model

  • assumptions and conclusions of, I: 52
  • Bernanke and Blinder, II: 19, 25
  • Cantor and Wenninger, II: 25
  • characteristics of, I: 52
  • claims of, II: 21
  • collective excitation, III: 34
  • credit cycle, II: 19-20
  • links and connections revealed by, III: 18
  • for a "mind" (Penrose), III: 34
  • schema, II: 21
  • supported by corroborative empirical data, III: 18
  • theory or, I: 52
  • use of, I: 52; III: 18
  • validity of, I: 52
  • See also Empirical Model of the Business Cycle (Ayoub), II: 21-28; III: 18

Modeling

  • the collective behavior of financial institutions, III: 34
  • the structure of evil in the marketplace, III: 33
  • tactics, I: 36
  • war, I: 38

Monetary

  • authorities, I: 13; III: 22
  • policy, II: 4, 7, 10, 19
  • value, Man stamped as, III: 7

Money

  • bank-, II: 9, 21, 35, 37, 56; III: 9, 10, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 33, 34, 40
  • bank financing of "speculation" (Galbraith), II: 1
  • on being indentured then bankrupted by fictitious bank-, III: 10
  • big, II: 21, 24, 31, 32
  • on "blood" and (Spengler), I: 23
  • cannot be the center of life, 7a; III: 28
  • Capitalism as religion of, 7a; I: 62-67; III: 28
  • cause of servitude, III: 7
  • center of power, I: 43
  • and "central bankers" (Friedman), II: 6
  • chain, II: 50
  • changers, I: 23; III: 14, 26
  • collective changes in the distribution of, III: 34
  • communists and, II: 3
  • control and manipulation through, III: 7
  • control of, II: 4, 6
  • credit, II: 22
  • dealers, II: 22
  • and democracy, III: 32
  • depositors', I: 18, 35: II: 6
  • "dictatorship of money" (Spengler), II: 3
  • distribution of, III: 22, 34, 40
  • distribution of bank-, II: 37, 46, 68
  • divinity of, I: 22
  • in dogdom, III: 25-26
  • electronic, I: 21, 22; III: 25
  • elite's: "useless in the face of a determined population" (Zinn), I: 36
  • on "extortion" of, by the crown (Smith), I: 11
  • "Faustian money" (Spengler), II: 3-4, 33
  • Faustian plan to Rule the World, I: 23
  • as fictitious hoard of human energy, III: 9
  • fictive, I: 43; III: 10, 20
  • fighting to gain possession of, I: 47
  • and force of gravity, III: 24
  • forces in a purely Capitalist system: measured in units of, III: 9
  • fortresses, I: 43
  • freedom from, III: 9
  • future, III: 20
  • generalized and massive withdrawals of, by depositors, I: 43, 46
  • and implicate order of the economy, II: 68
  • infantile compulsion to spend, I: 22
  • on infiltrating high-tech firms and laboratories with, III: 28
  • instrument of coercion, I: 14
  • "instrument of commerce" (Smith), I: 12
  • is God (for Capitalists), III: 7
  • the key to the country (in Clausewitzian Plan of War), I: 43
  • on law being the slave of, I: 49
  • lenders wanting their, II: 19
  • life vs., I: 23
  • -and-loan distributions, III: 22
  • -and-loan policies, III: 22
  • as loans, III: 22
  • Magian moralities of, III: 9
  • Man stamped as value through, III: 7
  • managers, I: 32: II: 8
  • misdirected or misallocated, II: 35
  • momentum of (QTE), III: 36
  • moral order based on, III: 9
  • movement of, III: 40
  • new, II: 22
  • non-local effects of flawed distributions of bank-, III: 33
  • objective of expansion-and-distribution of, III: 20
  • "one of greatest instruments of freedom" (Hayek), I: 13
  • and opportunities, III: 27
  • other people's, I: 18; II: 3; III: 20
  • paths of, III: 40
  • patterns, II: 56; III: 18, 40
  • "possession" of (Plato), II: 29
  • printing, III: 22
  • propagators, III: 40
  • quantum fields of (QTE), III: 40
  • Religion of, 7a; I: 62-67; III: 28
  • reserves, III: 32
  • "root of all evil" (Timothy), I: 14
  • on saving, on bank CEOs, III: 29
  • space-time distribution and structure of, II: 50, 68; III: 18, 23
  • stock, I: 13; II: 6-7, 11, 21, 22, 29, 50, 56; III: 18, 19, 22, 23, 32
  • subverting freedom, III: 32
  • on the "talent" of "people who manage money" (Galbraith), I: 32
  • and technology, I: 17
  • "thinking in money" (Spengler), II: 4
  • time-evolution pattern of bank-, II: 50
  • transferred to the rich, I: 22; II: 24
  • usurer's, III: 20
  • value, I: 3
  • "war" and (Machiavelli), I: 37
  • wars, I: 46
  • See also Business cycle, Money Trust, Usury

Money Trust, the

  • access to depositors' money, I: 44
  • arbitrary will of, I: 59
  • borrowing from, government, I: 19
  • on Capitalists inventing Darwin, I: 26
  • collapse of, I: 35
  • Declaration of Independence from, I: 36
  • disposition of contracts with, I: 47
  • on divorcing the legislature from, I: 55
  • dominion and control of, over almost every aspect of human economic life, I: 21, 23
  • dominion over the marketplace, I: 26
  • and economic servitude, I: 37
  • economic war between the citizen and, I: 35
  • exploitative machinations of, II: 3
  • on failure that must be avoided by, III: 23
  • governments indentured to, II: 29
  • on the majority exorcising, I: 62, 65
  • net advantages of, I: 26, 41, 48, 55, 65
  • new source of control and revenue for, I: 60
  • Nietzschian will to power of: how perpetuated, III: 23
  • obedience and servitude to, a fiction, I: 63
  • people indentured by, II: 29
  • sadism and masochism, I: 57
  • a source of income for, I: 22
  • a source of information for, credit bureaus, I: 64
  • taking control over economic life, I: 29
  • transferring wealth to, I: 15
  • a warning to leaders of, I: 39
  • See also Big Business, Big Money, Faustian money

Money Trust, the (Clausewitzian Plan of War)

  • as aggressor, I: 41, 47
  • center of gravity of, I: 43, 48
  • center of power of, I: 43
  • Clausewitzian Plan of War against, I: 41-50
  • on compelling, to fulfill the will of the majority, I: 42
  • on cost of legal attacks by: how increased , I: 48
  • fortresses of, I: 45
  • global integrity of, I: 47
  • international members, I: 47
  • main advantage of, I: 44
  • means of offense of, I: 44
  • on money, diverging out of, I: 45
  • moral forces of, I: 44
  • the People against, I: 46, 48
  • people's numeric advantage over, I: 44
  • power of, I: 45
  • tyranny of the majority and, I: 35
  • victory by, I: 46
  • weakening cash position of, I: 48
  • wearing down, I: 48
  • World War III against, I: 4, 32, 35-37, 47, 51

Monopolistic

  • interests, "absurd" (Smith), I: 3
  • maxims, II: 68
  • practices, I: 9-10, 60; II: 4-5, 24, 68
  • "property of Big Business and Big Government" (Huxley), III: 1

Monopolists

  • acting as para-governments, I: 17
  • safety of, II: 26
  • taking control, I: 17-18, 55

Monopoly

  • declared injurious to the interest of the state, by Dionysius (Aristotle), III: 10
  • fundamental strategy and practice of modern Capitalism, III: 10
  • and loss of freedom for the multitude, III: 33
  • rights, I: 55
  • power, unnatural concentration of, I: 13

Mortality statistics, II: CF-3

Mystery

  • of Capitalist dominion, III: 3
  • of universal experience, III: 38

Myth

  • fraudulent: progress as product of Capitalism, III: 16
  • of the free marketplace, I: 10
  • of progress, III: 14-16
  • of the rulership of the rich over the poor, I: 10

Mythical origin, of the Rule of Law, I: 51

Mythology, Capitalist, III: 32

 

N

Nation, the

  • future economic security of, II: 15-16
  • how indentured, I: 3
  • how ruined, II: 15
  • on "public debt" and (Hume), I: 48
  • threats to the economic stability of, II: 13
  • threats to the sovereignty of, II: 21
  • tyrannized by creative destruction, I: 20
  • The Wealth of Nations (Smith), I: 11

National

  • boundaries, movement of capital across, I: 3
  • debt, II: 10
  • policy issues, impact of physicists on, III: 3
  • sphere of influence, of big banks, III: 22

National Association of Manufacturers, I: 56

National economy

  • bank actions and responsibility for a destabilized, III: 29
  • destabilized, II: 7, 68
  • and distribution of bank-money, II: 37
  • economic reality unconcealed by quantum theory, III: 33
  • implicate order of, II: 50
  • and massive new debts, I: 12
  • and overinvestments at banks, II: 6-7

National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA), II: CH-9

National Security Agency (NSA), II: 13

Natural

  • death of economic servitude, II: 28
  • or deterministic causality, III: 34
  • dominion over Man can never be anything but un- selection (Darwinism in the marketplace), III: 10
  • "Natural Selection or the Survival of the Fittest" (Darwin), I: 26; III: 10
  • riches, II: 34
  • selection or dominion over dumbness, darkness, and irrationality, III: 11
  • "selection" (Malthus), I: 28
  • treasures, II: 29
  • true natural life (Plato), II: 29
  • See also Unnatural

Nazis, III: 10

Nazism, I: 29

NHA Mortgage Insurance in Canada, II: CD-3

Nihilism

  • "advent of nihilism" (Nietzsche), III: 1, 8
  • causes of (Nietzsche), III: 8
  • and "Christian morality" (Nietzsche), III: 8
  • psychological state of, III: 8
  • rooted in "decline of values" (Nietzsche), III: 8

Nihilistic, Capitalist instincts, I: 61

Nikkei Electronic Databank System, I: P15-1

NIPA. See National Income and Product Accounts

NSA. See National Security Agency

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