ABSTRACT. The rules and laws of economy govern all types of interactions between any interactors. There is an acute need for the clear distinction between economics and politics. We provide the reasons for this necessity, and we also present a solution. In order to better understand the different aspects of economy, we divide the latter in two categories: abstract and concrete. Economic Darwinism, accompanied by Maslow's hierarchy of needs, explains better than Homo Economicus the mentality of the economic agents.



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