This ground-breaking book introduces macro accounting. Most modern money emerges out of accounting documentation of private executory debt contracts within exchange processes. Money-information markers are basically negotiable (exchangeable for value) debt instruments. Macro accounting techniques provide sufficient detail to examine the complex coupling relations and the resulting constraints among exchanges of good, services, and money-information markers of various sorts. The book begins with a discussion of the fundamental concepts of trades, exchanges, and the accounting basis of money. Accounting is then described as an aspect of empirical science--a means of observing concrete processes. Drawing on these basic ideas, Swanson extends organizational accounting to societies and supranational systems. The last four chapters simulate economic processes. The book should be read by serious students of economics, accounting, and political science as well as societal policy markers and the international banking community.
This book contains a set of instructions for building a machine to work in that most elusive of places; inner space. The beauty of this book is that the material and tools are free; one's consciousness and one's imagination are all that are required. Like a path-working, it is designed to expand one's understanding of self and the cosmos. Also included are some preliminary workings and a set of exercises to help develop the will and the imagination to get the machine working properly. The uses to which this machine can be put are only limited by one's imagination. So get building today and explore inner space like a true Psychonaut! Originally published as a small booklet in a limited edition in the eighties, this is the revised version with a short introduction and improved illustrations.
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