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It is based on the assumption that economic growth can be sustained for ever, regardless of the non-infinite reality it tries to administrate.
Assuming that an economic system is supposed to economize, a system that requires consumption in order to exist is failing its primary goal. And thus, it can only consider as flawed.
Capitalism has been shown to fail to effectively distribute non scarce goods, creating false scarcity and struggles to incentive the creation of non scarce goods.
Capitalism is flawed in the inverse way that communism is: that corrupt individuals will find power v. that individuals in power will be corrupted. Human nature makes any form of economics flawed to a degree.
It's not the fundamentals that are flawed the idea that you work for what you get makes sense assuming you all start out in an equal place in society. However, this does not happen and so capitalism will never work and is technically flawed.
Capitalism is not a system, it is a behavior. Capitalists laws and regulations set limits, not opportunities; for the reason people just do what they want, and people do not always want the right things.
This whole discussion lacks an idea of what capitalism is at all, it seems a kind of synonym for everything one dislikes about the world.
I propose: In capitalism the means of production are owned by their creators.
It has given America several opportunities for economic growth. Capitalism has made things cheaper and keeps businesses from going bankrupt fast. Many have benefitted from capitalism because they worked and are able to get necessities as opposed to trying to cheat the system.
the fact that one or a few countries or people are able to benefit from it, is not relevant to whether it's flawed or not. pesetus
By making a direct association of willingness to work and being able to cover one's necessities pesetus
Capitalism at its core requires inequality, and someone's success is another person's suffering.