The Free Market (John Maynard Keynes: an Invisible Hand)
The Production of an Ideology
Business and politics are both going through the process of democratization. What the “free” market first provides is a value experience of “alternatives”. The free will is felt through choice; even if in the aftermath another limit is introduced in the form of currency. It is in this sense that commercial culture is also transforming the way people participate in politics- in the form of an "imaginary democracy".
In the market, the price of the goods or services will reflect the needs of consumers, and on this basis the market forms the redistribution of resources. A kind of "vision" value is also explored again. The commodity’s visual image itself is also experiencing changes. It should be captured and identified in the buyer’s glance. The consumers will be fully satisfied just in the process of scanning.
～extracted from part 6 , chapter 4
THE COMMERCIAL CULRURE
” OFA INSPIRE“