Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals.
Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals...
Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals...
Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals...
Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals...
Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?
Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $9...
Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $9...
Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $9...
Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $9...
Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $9...
Advantages of Communal Ownership
Advantages of Communal OwnershipRisk Spreading
Advantages of Communal OwnershipRisk SpreadingEconomies of Scale
Hutterite Advantages
Hutterite Advantages1. Population Cap
Hutterite Advantages1. Population Cap2. Communal Dining & Worship
Hutterite Advantages1. Population Cap2. Communal Dining & Worship3. Ban On Birth Control
Features of Successful Communes
Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale
Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale2. Local Custom, Not Distant Bureaucracy
Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale2. Local Custom, Not Distant Bureaucracy3. Not Open Access; Internalize Rewards
Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale2. Local Custom, Not Distant Bureaucracy3. Not Open Access; Internalize Rewar...
IN AFRICA, THERE’S NO SUCHTHING AS LETTING IT BE.
Humans decide how much room to leavefor wildlife
How much they leave depends on howmuch they can afford to leave.
How much they can afford depends onwhether wildlife helps them make aliving.
Ecosystems evolve.
Ecosystems evolve. Cultures evolve.Something’s always being lost.
We’re trying to turn something wild intoa potted plant, & potted plants needongoing maintenance.
If you are trying to prove your heart is inright place, it isn’t
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
Prednáška CEQLS: David Schmidtz: Tragédia spoločnej pastviny. O ekológii a ekonómii
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Konzervatívny inštitút M. R. Štefánika s podporou Nadácie Tatra banky v spolupráci s ďalšími partnermi organizoval dňa 12. marca 2012 v Bratislave ďalšiu z cyklu prednášok CEQLS. Tentoraz bol našim hosťom David Schmidtz, profesor filozofie a ekonómie na University of Arizona. Viac informácií nájdete na www.konzervativizmus.sk.

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  1. 1. Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals.
  2. 2. Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals.Suppose flocks are private, while land iscommunal. What happens?
  3. 3. Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals.Suppose flocks are private, while land iscommunal. What happens?At CC, each animal worth $1.
  4. 4. Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals.Suppose flocks are private, while land iscommunal. What happens?At CC, each animal worth $1.Individual flock = 10 animals x $1 = $10
  5. 5. Carrying Capacity—level of use a resourcecan support indefinitely.• CC= 100 animals10 shepherds x 10 animals = 100 animals.Suppose flocks are private, while land iscommunal. What happens?At CC, each animal worth $1.Individual flock = 10 animals x $1 = $10Total flock’s value = 100 sheep x $1 = $100
  6. 6. Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?
  7. 7. Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $95.95
  8. 8. Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $95.95Individual flock’s = 11 sheep x $ 0.95 = $10.45
  9. 9. Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $95.95Individual flock’s = 11 sheep x $ 0.95 = $10.45And therein lies the commons’ tragic fate.
  10. 10. Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $95.95Individual flock’s = 11 sheep x $ 0.95 = $10.45And therein lies the commons’ tragic fate.100% of benefit of adding sheep is internal.
  11. 11. Suppose a shepherd decides to experimentwith adding extra animal. What happens?Total flock value = 101 sheep x $ 0.95 = $95.95Individual flock’s = 11 sheep x $ 0.95 = $10.45And therein lies the commons’ tragic fate.100% of benefit of adding sheep is internal.90% of cost of adding sheep is external.
  12. 12. Advantages of Communal Ownership
  13. 13. Advantages of Communal OwnershipRisk Spreading
  14. 14. Advantages of Communal OwnershipRisk SpreadingEconomies of Scale
  15. 15. Hutterite Advantages
  16. 16. Hutterite Advantages1. Population Cap
  17. 17. Hutterite Advantages1. Population Cap2. Communal Dining & Worship
  18. 18. Hutterite Advantages1. Population Cap2. Communal Dining & Worship3. Ban On Birth Control
  19. 19. Features of Successful Communes
  20. 20. Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale
  21. 21. Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale2. Local Custom, Not Distant Bureaucracy
  22. 22. Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale2. Local Custom, Not Distant Bureaucracy3. Not Open Access; Internalize Rewards
  23. 23. Features of Successful Communes1. Small Scale2. Local Custom, Not Distant Bureaucracy3. Not Open Access; Internalize Rewards4. Modest & Partial
  24. 24. IN AFRICA, THERE’S NO SUCHTHING AS LETTING IT BE.
  25. 25. Humans decide how much room to leavefor wildlife
  26. 26. How much they leave depends on howmuch they can afford to leave.
  27. 27. How much they can afford depends onwhether wildlife helps them make aliving.
  28. 28. Ecosystems evolve.
  29. 29. Ecosystems evolve. Cultures evolve.Something’s always being lost.
  30. 30. We’re trying to turn something wild intoa potted plant, & potted plants needongoing maintenance.
  31. 31. If you are trying to prove your heart is inright place, it isn’t

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