23 December 2015

Value added

We produce, and we consume.
That's the main components for all life, in the 24hr cycle.

Let's generalize for a while - the general cycle is...
8hrs: we produce something (for money)
8hrs: we consume something (for money)
8hrs: we sleep (maintenance)

Fair trade: Fair exchange
Fair share: Fair division of Value added, to various stakeholders.

GDP = Gross Domestic Product = Gross Value added Domestic = ... Profit ...
Gross = (Revenue - Intermediate costs) = Value added, for Stakeholders
Net = Gross - ...

Revenue less cost of sales diagram

Note: Value added here is only monetary = they can be traded

Axiology (from Greek ἀξίᾱaxiā, "value, worth"; and -λόγος-logos) is the philosophical study of value. It is either the collective term for ethics and aesthetics[1].
Axiology studies mainly two kinds of values: ethics and aesthetics. Ethics investigates the concepts of "right" and "good".

Value is based on two things
1) trade value 1: the supply value; effort, cost to supply the value, and 
2) trade value 2: the demand value; effort, cost to demand the value.
If there is an exchange, this is the trade value = the price

Modern trade systems, only has trade values (prices); no fixed tickets.
This means that the traders may benefit from tricking the trade system logics.
The trade systems may want to know the 
a) the supply, demand
b) the traders (supplier/demander) financial strength, or exploit the weakness/desperation.

The justice system (right/good) may want to defend a certain (value based) belief.
Exemple: Plato "Is what is morally good commanded by God because it is morally good, or is it morally good because it is commanded by God?" 
a) Scientific justice, b) Divine justice
Divine justice is close to Aristocratic; when the Divinity is a person.

Meritocratic justice; Reward & Punish
According to meritocratic theories, goods, especially wealth and social status, should be distributed to match individual merit, which is usually understood as some combination of talent and hard work. According to needs-based theories, goods, especially such basic goods as food, shelter and medical care, should be distributed to meet individuals' basic needs for them; "from each according to his ability, to each according to his need"; Pareto efficient redistribution.
Rights to Resource, Processes ?

From the Abled to the Disabled. From the Have (resources) / Can (process), To the Haven't/Can't. 

Governance - Democracy - Freedom - Rights
" 'Power of the people' corresponds with Abraham Lincoln's famous designation of democracy as ' government of the people, by the people and for the people'. ... US Declaration of Independence; 'government by consent of the governed'. .. is the principle upon the just powers of government rest'. ... (not majority rule, but natural rights). ... tyrant, one unwilling to submit to any higher principle than the unrestrained exercise of his or her will. ... individual freedom is not the ideal ... rather ... respect for individual freedom.
Societies must be governed by those who are able to rise above the intensive self-centeredness of their own emotive, appetitive, and egoistic impulses, so as to concern themselves wisely and dispassionately with the common good. The only human faculty capable of such self-transcendence is reason; hence only the philosopher, dedicated to the cultivation of reason, is suited for governance. ... Plato's contention is that those able to see this good order will also see that their personal good is best realised through it. It is only the Philosopher, then - the true philosopher - who will have the intellect, character, and (therefore) the motivation to rule justly and wisely. ... for democracy to succeed, it must cultivate 'philosopher citizens'. ... democracy (is the only system with ideals to) entails the right to pursue those values. ... democracy respects the 'dignity' of every other citizen, and recognise that this responsibility supersedes commitments to their strictly individual interests. .. the law of respect for each citizen as end-in-themselves. ... Kant manages to equate adherence to this principle with the ideal of individual freedom. ... It is a freedom with a self-chosen morality. ... who willingly affirms a duty to do what is right as the highest expression of his own free will. ... (a freedom of fear of others free will) ... the right kind of education is essential to a sound democracy. democracy demands that its citizen embody a specific, and identifiable set of moral and intellectual virtues. .. the culture of consumer-capitalism fills the ethical void with a continual stream of messages equating happiness with self-gratification (instead of social-gratification). ... Our educational system has largely lost sight of what Plato here calls 'high matters' - by which he means the disciplined examination of the values that govern private and public life. 
(Philosophy Now, Oct./Nov, Philosopher-Kings In The Kingdome of Ends, Richard Oxenberg, page 22)

The noumenon (/ˈnɒmɨnɒn/) is a posited object or event that is known (if at all) without the use of the physical senses.[1][2] The term noumenon is generally used in contrast with, or in relation to phenomenon, which refers to anything that can be apprehended by, or is an object of, the physical senses.  In Platonic philosophy, the noumenal realm was equated with the world of ideas known to the philosophical mind, in contrast to the phenomenal realm, which was equated with the reality as perceived via the physical senses, as known to the uneducated mind.[3][4] ... (noumenon = the meta/2nd level, to make sense of the sense. f.e. the word apple is not the apple, and fruit is a category to make sense out of the interrelationships/correlations needed to derive mathematical absolute/statistical laws).
Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic deals with sensibility and with objects as far as they can be perceived, the word aesthetic being derived from the Greek root "aesthesis" meaning capable of sensation or feeling. (to first sense aesthetically, before making sense by the logic).

Needs to be structured.
a) Working; Yes/No
b) Those that work; ...

Data source: From Unstructured, to Structured. From Internal, to External.
Transformation: ...
Visualisation: ...

Good method, but the areas needs to be changed.

Good discussion starter; but much else needs to be changed.

Picto-graphical Concept programming (objects/modules).
Are we ready for a Conceptual (high level) language ?

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