10/04/2017 (Wed) 17:04:32
Well in US I always wondered with FDIC, which is federally guaranteed insurance where the government covers X amount if the bank goes belly up or gets robbed you could do something to that effect. Plus since they can loan out more than they have in the bank you could I guess, make bonus loans, like have 1 dollar, loan out ten, say people paid you back, get "robbed", get the people their money back.
Obviously you'd want to be more complicated and more profit and make damn sure you're doing everything right otherwise. Money ain't real though. Like when North Korea hacked some other country's central bank and transferred billions out of them. How's that even make sense? Some blips go over to a rogue nation and what they actually have that money? What does money even mean at that point.>>9505
I heard Kant more or less walked the same path everyday from his house to the university and back once we became a professor and he never went something like ~35 miles out of his home village. It kind of resounds in his absolutist philosophies if I'm remembering what I read from him, Critique of Pure Reason?
I'm not sure what to think really about the not travelling much, it's the 1700s and actual philosophizing doesn't normally attract the adventurous. Maybe he just didn't want to go anywhere, found his books more interesting. Come to think of it I guess it does sound autistic not matter how I try to reason that it is not.