Too Long; Didn't Read
Many act like post-scarcity is some pipe-dream, but I think it is already here in the US. We just don’t see abundance right beneath our noses because our current economic paradigm makes it incomprehensible. The rich and powerful feel scarcity much less than their poorer and weaker counterparts. The distinction between products and financial resources has important implications for why post-scarce is incomprehensible from Capitalist (and Socialist) frameworks. In fact, the fact that Capitalism’s name is the name of the game: Capitalism and the name-brandism.