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In a modern society, its members are linked by dependence on money. This entry has no external links. A toothbrush belongs to one person. And we have ended up creating something that also holds our innermost world together.


A banknote represents a specific value, but is not in itself this value. Item s unavailable for purchase. Our perception of rhythm is — just one example. Do we want to tolerate that? Thus — money must shape our thinking.

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