[FoRK] Agreeing to agree

Mark Neely <mpn at infolution.com.au> on Wed Aug 22 18:30:27 PDT 2007

Hi,

It depends on your perspective - there is no universal measure of
'worth' (or, more accurately, value/utility). Value is highly
subjective.

You can rationally look at the situation of a buyer and seller and
conclude that it is possible that *both* participants are extracting
equal value, because they perceive the item being sold in different
ways.

Regards,

Mark

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-----Original Message-----
From: fork-bounces at xent.com [mailto:fork-bounces at xent.com] On Behalf Of
Robert Harley
Sent: Thursday, 23 August 2007 1:10 AM
To: FoRK
Subject: [FoRK] Agreeing to agree

Rational people never buy anything since the mere fact that someone is
willing to sell at a given price is evidence that the item is worth
less...

R

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