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Learning Abundance, Teaching Abundance

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One of the secrets of parenting is that we’re always teaching our children, whether we mean to or not. Our own experience with scarcity can influence our children in ways we don’t intend. Economics is frequently defined as “a science which studies human behavior as a relationship between ends and scarce means which have alternative uses.” Stated more simply, economics assumes that there are many things we’d like to do, but not enough resources to do them all. For all of human history this has been a safe assumption. But will it always be so?Some futurists and science fiction authors imagine a world where resources have expanded to meet all needs

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01 Oct
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