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Back to that original buttertion; yes; the Romans had a strong military and commercial focus. The basis for learning was not a priority.
The Chinese has had almost five millennia with an extreme centralism. The only exceptions were a handful of 20-30 year lapses of the command structure; one (under Cheng He) intentional.
Russian, Ottoman and Chinese empires were also strongly feudal with lots on in-between lords and little in the terms of free exchange of ideas.
Correct for China, Russia and the late Caliphate. Not as correct for Rome. Rome always had a monetary price on everything. You could buy most estates given enough money.
The reason stated is that if you establish Debt Consolidation for an endeavour such as buying a House Pictures you take a lot of unnecessary risks that stem from the financing. The market value of the house can fall and the loan stay put, putting you at a squeeze you never intended.
The answer from scholars that aren't rabidly anti-capitalist, as some christian writers are, is to have a joint venture with the lender; i.e. offer equity instead of load financing. The lender thereby absorbs the part of the market risk that is in proportion to the size of the loan,
Someone unconnected to the military CIC. Like congress in the US:
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Not quite. A more correct sentence is, "I don't want to believe it." The opinions appear to be one-sided because the hidden agenda of the reader is...
That is as SPOILS. Before you get the spoils you must WIN the war, and must therefore have financing.
The test for capitalism is that you can trade on reasonably fair terms.
War financing is an acid test of that fairness.
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