After some travel deductive is possible to conclude that capitalism is ruthless because it is aligned with nature.
You could say that capitalism works because unmet demand, insatiable, bulimic.
The capitalist system is like a human being who has feelings of satiety atrophied.
This system of organizing may be comparable to that of some other animal or plant. I do not know.
It seems that, in this maelstrom, in this bulimia, in this atrophy of satiety, we find an explanation of why "man is a wolf to man."
Sounds more doctoral If we say: "Homo lupus homini."
But, gee, this complicates doctoral put me discover my reasoning with perplexity because that phrase was that two hundred years before Christ, when capitalism can just start talking in the seventeenth century.
What happened during these nineteen centuries distant from that tragic, laconic phrase, ("man is a wolf to man"), the second century BC and the appearance of demonic capitalism?
It is almost certain that capitalism does nothing to bring economic tasks which humans are by nature: we depredamos wildly while the victims complain of mistreatment.
One might think that our species includes the particular self-destruct, to prune, to implement genocide.
The whole phenomenon is: a group of humans kill others (in war or famine), we were shocked for a while, but in the twenty first century we become seven billion copies.
With these numerical data to the view, we could say that "man is a wolf to man" by nature, as a feature intended to keep us as a species.
In short: capitalism is ruthless because it is aligned with nature.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El capitalismo es naturalmente despiadado.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.934)