Wrong;<quoted text>Fixed, static, or finite - the choice doesn't change a thing. It's just a semantic ploy piled on top of a previous semantic ploy in service to an attempt to demonize a scientific theory for no other reason than that it >seems< to threaten the fundamentalist status quo.
Total and complete, laissez-faire, free-market capitalism is a branch of science describing an economic theory, end and period. It is not "selfish" any more than it can be angry, sad, happy or glad. Those are merely anthropomorphic descriptors of it's effects in the hands of humans.
Exactly like correlating Darwinism with Hitler.
"Finite" resources, as assigned to biological Darwinism suggest "infinite" resources with regard to capitalism. This is erroneous because both sets of resources are "finite", or limited by actual quantity.
The resources of one are fixed, or static, as opposed to the other, in which resources increase with increased capitalist activity.
"Selfishness" is a characteristic operating in both systems.
The Hitler to Darwin link is obvious and inescapable. If you properly provoke me, I will post a couple of hundred posts proving it.
Some on here have seen me do that, and would likely not wish to see it again.
“National Socialism (Nazism) is nothing but applied biology."
- Deputy Nazi Party leader, Rudolf Hess.