Through the prism of the "prisoner dilemma," we try to describe "some" difficulties in establishing a communist society. This dilemma, in the field of economy, is a way to make real-world predictions based on information about each person’s incentives. It helped economists understand how self-improving individuals could lead to self-harming crowds, but it was usually focused on the best market choice. Here we retain the more global impact, a "self-harming crowd" with its personal accumulation.
Carlos Filipe Da Silva Costa holds a Ph.D. in Physics & a Master in Strategic Protection of the Country’s System. Presently in a professional transition, doing research independently and in parallel volunteering at Accord University, a UNA. Bloco de Esquerda (Left Block Portugal) militant and ecologic activist. He recently presented the "Swiss vs. Portugal SDGs" at the Sustainathon 2022, and wrote: "A war where the machine decides who to kill": https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2022/08/10/a-war-where-the-machine-decides-who-to-kill-laws-wars/ and "Meanwhile, killer Robots are entering battlefields all around the globe…", Rosa-Luxemburg Stiftung (Being published).