November 17, 2014

Response to 'How abstinence came in the economic policy and why they will always fail'

How abstinence came in the economic policy and why they will always fail.

In times of crisis occurs - reliably, inevitably, "alternative" - the policy of economy on the plan: What could be more virtuous, to meet as sinful debt with renunciation and abstinence? Today is austerity again in the center of public debate. Their supporters praise her as a foundation for future growth and a return to stability. Your critics warn of downturn and social injustice. Florian Schui considered our discussion today in the context of the centuries-old history of ideas of austerity -. An idea that sticks in economic policy stubborn, although it has proved for the management of economic crises time to time as a big mistake Economic historian Florian Schui puts a concise analysis before that is: While a celibate state may have the morality on his side, but not the economic sense. An important contribution to the debate that threatens to divide Europe.

 The answer to this by a path such as this:

If everyone knew all there is to know, they would not do half the things they do, including myself, therefore I must foregive them, including myself.

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