Theory of inclusive infinitics for the pure and perfect eradication of poverty and inequality within capitalism
by Open Science Repository Economics
The Theory of Inclusive Infinitics that we create and present in this paper is designed for the pure and perfect eradication of poverty and inequality within capitalism. It is a new theory of economic and social inclusion that allows us to show, in a strictly mathematical simple way, how the capitalist and democratic system can achieve the pure, perfect, unsurpassable and fundamental elimination of poverty and inequality. This seems to be an elegant solution to the “political problem of mankind” as stated by John Maynard Keynes in the 1930s. Therefore, the capitalist and democratic system appears both perfectible and fundamentally impassable, from the point of view of its margins of systemic progression extending to the universal elimination of poverty and inequality. Indirectly, the theory of inclusive infinitics provides mathematical proof of the futility of any anti-capitalist revolution, like any new taxes, which would be proclaimed in the name of the fight against poverty and inequality, insofar as the insurmountable solution lies in democratic capitalism itself, without requiring any new taxes to achieve it.Keywords:
capitalism, state, inclusive infinitics, economic inclusion, economic policy, poverty, inequality.
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