July 13, 2010 4 Comments
- The inventor’s role is indispensable.
Without him, there is nothing to make.
- The entrepreneur, who recognizes the value of the invention and promotes its production, is almost as important.
Without him, the invention is a dead end.
- While anyone can invest, those who do are unique among the society in taking a risk and enabling the production.
Without them, there are no resources for making it.
- Without the facilitation of the management, everything would still fall on its face. Only some people are capable of organizing with any competence.
Without this, people end up running in circles.
- The engineers, who may not know science, but figure out how to produce things efficiently, have a relatively rare skill.
Without them, nothing can be built effectively.
- After all of that, the workers are little more than human cogs. Almost anyone can be trained into a production worker’s role…a fact that is exploited by the oppressive union monopolies, who TREAT them like interchangeable numbers.
Laborers can be proud of how they accomplish their otherwise-interchangeable role, and of their potential to move beyond their basic position. They have a right to the ambition of moving up into a less disposable role…but to pretend they are the “means of production” is fraudulent.