An ethical community is, by definition, Dextarian

What is an Ethical Community? Ethical Communities have no social costs. All costs created by the community and its members are kept within the community and within the appropriate that is originating account. Those who create a cost pay the cost and no costs are externalized onto society and future generations. Ethical communities are cash based. They create no debt and tolerate no debt. This means any existing debt is prioritized for liquidation.

Ethical living is defined by and as the absence of social costs. Social costs are such things as:

  • Unemployment,
  • Debt
  • Taxation
  • Public sector bureaucracy
  • Inflation
  • Depressions
  • Bankruptcy
  • Welfare
  • Pollution

Ethical communities are collaborative. Collaborative communities are composed of persons who work together to reduce or eliminate freeloading.