If ALL goods are abundant and you can obtain with zero effort anything you can dream of, then there is no need for trade and therefore no need for any commodity with a high exchange value.
But that is a fantasy that I don't think can happen. Since our imagination and therefore our wants, have no limit
I have never really studied Star Trek economics but it always seamed dubious that people were willing to invest time and effort without getting something in return.
Greed is part of human nature. You can't just turn it off.
Capitalism uses harnesses greed to create a better society.
Gifting is common, especially to loved ones. It doesn't really scale up.
I have read your post several times. I have no questions about it. I am simply stating that you are wrong in thinking that we live in a post scarcity world or that money is not real.
Please, explain how we live in a post scarcity world if everything we consume needs someone's time to produce it and time is a limited resource?
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