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QuestionHow should an economic system be devised that isn't in conflict with human, animal or planet rights? Jens Vosch
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José Manuel Prieto: From my point of view, the most important thing to achieve this goal is a participation, a consultation, a elaboration of a system that takes into account the opinion of many persons: animal lovers, philanthropists; people who monitor, who keep an eye on human rights in a way that no one would be ignored. The model would have to be self-regulating, a model that supports its own relativity. It would not be a extortionary model. A model that strives to restore the ecosystem, that took into account the damage that might have been inflicted. But I do not think an economic model like this that is appropriate designable exists. Or could be imagined in an abstract way. I think above all this model is a model with a high degree of feedback, a model that allows for a flexible adaption to upcoming challenges in a way that the most important thing is to account for which these challenges are, what the needs of the different groups are and to design a system that allows a daily control and a daily adjustment of its norms and its behaviour in order to comply with all the necessities of all these groups. It is a system that listens to its citizens, that listens to their opinions and that seeks control and a daily feedback and keeps in contact with its citizens.