window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);} gtag('js', new Date()); gtag('config', 'UA-87262117-1');
[layerslider id="6"]
Frequently Asked Questions2022-06-21T11:05:34+02:00

The questions we ask ourselves about a society without money.

To begin with, it is not always easy to get an idea of a society without money. Indeed, it is difficult to question this system, as money has been present in our societies for so long.

Yet this change is the key to the evolution of our civilisation, and necessary in the face of the current challenges facing the planet.

On the other hand, it will not be a perfect world and many adjustments will have to be decided together. On the other hand, it regulates the nowadays’ major issues, while opening up new horizons on a sounder basis.

Finally, here you will find answers to the most common questions about a cashless society.

Secondly, it should be noted that the Great Project is open and collaborative. Therefore, some answers will have to be decided together. Indeed, the Grand Projet proposes a system where human potential can express freely. Consequently, a strict and formal framework cannot be imposed in return.

Finally, if your question is not answered here, please write to us.

WHAT ABOUT DEGROWTH?2022-06-08T19:24:26+02:00

Today the term degrowth is becoming more and more common. Indeed, the performance of a market system is based on growth, sales and profit. This system, coupled with globalisation, inevitably creates resource depletion. However, we realise that infinite growth in a finite world is not possible.
This deception, which is the basis of the current model of society, is showing its limits. As a result, the managers explain that they will have to think of the worst. This means a lower standard of living. This is rather bitter for everyone.

The non-market model of the Great Project is not based on growth or profits for living. Moreover, it can combine durability, knowledge, modernity and stability, while maintaining comfort.

Finally, in tomorrow’s society, we will change our lifestyles to adapt to the new context. This is completely different from having to decrease. Thus, with a sober, consistent and harmonious lifestyle, there is no feeling of frustration, but rather of reason.

WILL BARTERING BE BACK?2021-09-12T23:11:29+02:00

To begin with, the return of barter is often mentioned. However, it is a system of exchange following an arbitrary valuation of goods and services. In fact, it is the very embryo of the monetary system. As a result, it is a laborious organisational system if our medium of exchange is not immediately available. The need to hand over an intermediary will then be felt: money.

There is an organisation that is, on many levels, simpler, more efficient and more fluid, all without monetary drift. Indeed, by following the 4 principles of the MOCICA Great Project, the benefits are for all.

Firstly, everyone will exercise their vocation and everyone will be able to benefit from the other talents when they need them.

In addition, a system of organisation based on the provision of self, rather than money, will be highly beneficial. As a result, it will greatly improve our relationships with each other.

Finally, clinging to (subjective and arbitrary) quantities of identical exchanges may seem more ‘right’ from an ego perspective. However, it is also the source of laborious organisation and many unnecessary losses.

On the other hand, the return of barter does not solve the many problems that need to be addressed (social inequalities, environmental degradation, etc.).

WITHOUT MONEY, WITHOUT MANAGEMENT?2021-09-13T11:54:36+02:00