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Is free market eugenic?
Imagine if we go to a shop. We buy the best product. The best product is not the one everyone wants. The best product for me is the one that makes me happiest at affordable price. A good product is the one whose value exceeds its production cost.
Of course, if a product is “good” for many people, then a lot of people want the product. That creates demand and hence the price/value go up.
When the value exceeds the production cost, the factory will produce more similar product to the point that the marginal revenue match the marginal cost. In other word, we have more such products. The products the customers buy will the products that will be produced more. Future products will be similar to the products that customers buy.
I do not try to make the factories produce better products. I am not eugenic.
I just maximize my own selfish interests. I want the best product, for my self. I am not judging that the iPhone is inferior. I think they do. But that’s not important. Well, I sort of
In the process. Smartphones become better and better.
I am not eugenic. No one needs to be eugenic. Yet the whole process is eugenic.
We have better and better products thanks to free market.
Then I go on a date. I look for smart beautiful girls with big titties. Lots of people want the same thing that I do. Those girls are in demand so they usually ask a lot.
Will that improve the number of smart beautiful girls in the future?
How does it works? Will it?
I am not suggesting government or even anyone to try to improve humans’ genetic quality. We just want to get the best. What’s best is subjective and each people want different things. We want what we think is the best for us.
Presume the market take care of all. So people make any kind of reproductive deals among themselves. No welfare. Amount of child support is decided by consent before conception. Minimum regulation. No redistribution of wealth.
Will sexier and sexier girls out reproduce the dumb and fat?