Creative class as the driving force of the transition from capitalism to a cooperative economy

1. Creative class is the driving force of the transition from capitalism to a cooperative model. Capitalism creates the creative class, but the creative class, unable to meet their higher-level needs in Maslow's pyramid in the framework of capitalism, brings the transition to co-operatives. Not the proletariat, as Marx believed, but the creative class brings the end to capitalism. 2. The transition from capitalism to cooperatives confirms dialectics of German philosopher Georg Hegel, namely, that the struggle of opposites (thesis and antithesis) is overcome in the synthesis. In economics, the struggle of trade unions and corporations owners is overcome by combining them into a synthesis - collective worker-owner of cooperatives. From Manifesto of the Creator Society Movement: http://www.creatorsociety.org/index.php/en/manifesto-eng/manifesto-eng


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