quinta-feira, abril 23, 2009

Vaclav Havel sobre a mão invisível

Uma das passagens interessantes de que tomei nota na minha leitura de "To the Castle and Back" de Vaclav Havel. Respondendo a uma questão sobre a transição do comunismo para a economia de mercado na República Checa:

"What bothered me most, however, was the fact that I found a lack of conceptual vision, not only in the economy, but in our very understanding of what the state should be. "The invisible hand of the market" was supposed to take care of everything, but there are things that simply can't take of, and I would even say that this glorious "invisible hand" is occasionally capable of committing some highly visible crimes" pag. 159.

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