Re: [sl4] Comparative Advantage Doesn't Ensure Survival

From: Peter C. McCluskey (
Date: Mon Dec 01 2008 - 11:04:44 MST (Charles Hixson) writes:
>Peter C. McCluskey wrote:
>> There's a clearer explanation in A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic
>> History of the World by Gregory Clark of why we shouldn't find comparative
>> advantage very reassuring: horses were a clear example of laborers who
>> suffered massive unemployment a century ago when the value of their labor
>> dropped below the cost of their food.
>You are assuming that an AGI will be modeled on human motivations, etc.

 No. Please don't respond to my posts unless you have a clue about what
I'm saying.

Peter McCluskey         | A curious aspect of the theory of evolution is that| everybody thinks he understands it - Jacques Monod

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