By Mustafa Cem ACIK
Capital, by its definition, has meant inequality since early stages of history where mankind discovered agriculture and value of land. The means of capital has changed as we progressed from agricultural era (land) to industrial and technology (financial instruments) eras, for capital to have any return and therefore meaning it necessities some people to have more and the rest: less. This inequality has been the greatest source of conflict among men / classes and nations.
By Habibe ACIK,
We all seek answers, clues, solutions, and even magic to ambiguity, obstacles, adversities and problems life keeps bringing our way every day of our lives. We seek wisdom in dealing with personal, family, business and even world’s challenging and complex situations. We are not alone.
Contribution by Mustafa Cem ACIK, Dec 2011
Typically, in all intellectual arguments, both sides of the argument has a point and both sides genuinely believe that they are correct, and hence assume that the other side must be wrong. In my opinion this lies at the heart of every conflict on human history, including the ones that even continue today. Perhaps due to how our minds are wired, or perhaps due to our upbringing, but most likely due to both, we believe two apparently conflicting ideas can not be true at the same time.
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