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martes, enero 10, 2012

A New Spontaneous Monetary System

We know, as a priori revelation, that an observed persistent order in a transcendental complexity -in its very very vast finitude, or its vast infinitude- only arises spontaneously. There is no place for a command-control center in such subtle organization. The vastness of this complexity will erect an unbeatable boundary which precludes all sort of successful centralized organization into this complexity. If an organized complexity is called to exit and persist, then all entire dominance of its vastness tips the balance in favor of a decentralized organization. Why?.

One of the key reasons why a centralized solution is not a possible one is due to the fact that in this kind of phenomena it has been lost the principle of simultaneity. Doesn't exist some simultaneous events. For example doesn't exist the simultaneity between the state of a complexity and its eventual instantaneous interpretation and therefore commands issued to change the state. So the interpreted state obtained at the time of observation could be not the same state of the complexity at the time of issuing commands to change, or not, the state; therefore a sequence of centralized interventions could not converge to a desired organization or, if converge to some one, it wouldn't be possible determinate their certain causes and the effectiveness of commands.

It is simply impossible that from a central entity arises an arrange of vasts aspects -of vasts elements of a reality- to obtain all relevant information of such complexity, to process such information, and then to issue all elaborated and specific commands to each elements while the observed state remains fixed. The elapsed time between the observation time and the issued commands time is not a void time, and the state of the complexity may change along it; thus the information gathered about of state of the complexity becomes irrelevant to organizational ends.

In a social organization this limitation for centralization is clear. For example when Hayek, correctly, says that such supposed given information for an economic central planner isn't never given at all -while it is imperfect, incomplete, some time wrong, or biased pieces of information- he is accepting that no one individual in a society has the ability and capacity to obtain and harness a so complex and vast pile of information about of each from infinite aspect of the real world; and so no one central planner has such ability and capacity too. The piece of time demanded to obtain and harness such pile of information will be enough to turn this information into irrelevant. In this way any attempt of an individual to gather a detailed prospect of the reality is doomed to fail. So each individual is naturally forced to gather only a vary small, incomplete, and imperfect portion of dispersed information which will be used to understand "his or her" relevant world to make "his or her" feasible economic and social decisions.

All transcendental complexity is, fortunately, doomed to a not central persistent organization. In general, any transcendental complex order must be a decentralized one. In particular, a persistent order in a social complexity will be decentralized. The history of the more important and persistent economic institutions for the prosperity of the mankind are only some manifestation of such true sentence. Some undeniable examples are: the true rule of law, the private property rights, the free market economics, the governance rules, and the money. We are witnesses that all attempt made for controlling or centralizing these institutions has induced evident social or economic catastrophes. The utter destruction of money institution is something that the mankind has been making in the past one hundred years. The total central control of the money which has been imposed from the governments powers around the world can illuminate us about the consequences of destructing a decentralized complexity.

The monetary spontaneous order -free monetary system- derived from the social effort of decentralized cooperation among million of people, has been now replaced by a centralized fiat monetary system imposed coercively and commanded from the state, -from the government-. The money system which emerged from an spontaneous order, like an institution to support and promote economic prosperity in a society, has been turned into a coercive central instrument to defraud people and destroy economic prosperity. The relevant decentralized information that each people use to make an spontaneous monetary order has been annulled and replaced by information supposed relevant only for a central banker, or a president of a country or a reduced group of friends, whose -like a central planner- are trying to take total control over a vast and incontrollable complexity. The final fate is known: its total fail.

The solution to this trouble is a natural restitution of spontaneous monetary order. But the means that the society has to restore this order not looks so clear. I have heard the logical idea that it should be withdrawn the central control powers from the government, to be restored to each individual on the society. I have heard too that a shocking revolution could reach this end and I have wrote something like that in a precedent post when I'm talking about of a “great revolution”.

I think that this last expression "...a great revolution..." has a sense not only of a logical revolution but mainly of an spontaneous revolution. An spontaneous revolution here means that the only mean that the mankind has to restore a broken spontaneity is a new spontaneity. So the only mean to restore the sound money is through a new spontaneous money. If people wish sound money they must, in spontaneous cooperation, meet the challenge to build a new monetary system. An spontaneous side order that overcome to the dying coercive central fiat monetary system. So the solution of the restitution of the spontaneous monetary order is A New Spontaneous Monetary System.

1 comentario:

jcv dijo...

Errata: At the end of the third paragraph I want to add a statement that I find compelling.

"...thus the not gathered information -the unseen aspects- about of state of the complexity becomes quite relevant to organizational ends..."