22# The Man Who Laid Down the Bank of England - George Soros (3)

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In Episode 3, dedicated to George Soros, we look at the relationship between agents and agenda. We will also discuss the conflict between open societies and capitalism. 

What will you learn in the new podcast?

Honesty and integrity

They are losing their power in competition with money. People's values can be changed. If we assume that all human activity is driven only by the vision of profit, then we have to take any moral decisions out of the equation. Society, however, cannot function without basic ethical settings. 

♂️ Markets without values

Market values are quite different from those that guide the individuals who represent members of the community. According to Soros, people confuse capitalism with market ethics. Markets are value-laden whereas society cannot exist without it.

A dollar is a dollar

According to Soros, the conflict between open society and capitalism is deep-rooted. A dollar is a dollar. It doesn't matter where it came from or who it belongs to. That is why markets are so efficient. 

Decline coupled with admiration

One of the signs of decline, according to Soros, is an overt culture of prioritising the self-interest of the individual, and at the same time an exaggerated admiration for successful people. Often regardless of how they achieved their success. 

⚖️ Market values

become the values of society. However, this is not the result of reason and good honest logical thinking, but of coercion and manipulation by interest groups. The interests that most overlap with the goals of the wealthiest strata of society often receive the most financial and promotional support and therefore the most attention. 

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