What does it mean to be socially progressive?
So, does it means, a Moral Economy is based on equality?
A progressive economy can't be a pay-everyone-the-same-amount model. Pay all the same is not a sustainable and unrealistic model. Progressive means, the constant update of floor values.
Let me explain. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was the biggest achievements of post-WWII. It defined a set of floor-values applicable for all humans. That floor-values needs to updated as humans progress technologically and the means of productions and distributions become more efficient. The purpose should not be to clip the wings of those who are pushing the boundaries of human progress but give wings to those who struggle flying. I want to keep this blog limited and do not immerse in the examples (please revisit for the blog in coming weeks for examples and the role that A.I can play). But just to point to the kind of examples that I want to discuss, I like to name the concepts of inclusion of "Basic Income" and "Basic Health" (paid for with the income from natural resources- and human population defined as natural resources too).