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    Heredism is the self-insert of HeredyBall. It is can be summarized as Neo-Marxist, civically Authoritarian (towards capitalists ), culturally Revolutionary Progressist with a mix of Vanguardist and Left-Illegalist praxis.

    I'm heavily studying ideologies/economics/politics so expect many changes.

    This page is especially useful for me in order to manage my thoughts, by listing the books I read (later criticize them) and by writting all kind of stuff. You can, this way, see my progression here. Enjoy !

    Beliefs

    List of Ideologies

    Those are the ideologies I am studying/want to study in order to make my self-insert

    Economics

    • (Neo-)Marxism
    • Authoritarian Socialism
      • State-Oriented Market-Socialism
      • SOOD

    Government

    • Left-Wing Nationalism
      • One-Party State
      • Protectionism
      • Anti-Imperialism
      • Self-Determination
    • Protection of Neo-Colonies from parasites

    Technology

    • Eco-Socialism
      • Anti-Consumerism
      • Post-Industrialism
    • Bio-Transhumanism (not focused on)
      • Moderate Transhumanism

    Culture

    • Eco-Marxism
      • Polycultural Agriculture
    • Authoritarian Progressivism
      • Pro-Queer
      • Scientocracy
      • Revolutionary Progressivism
      • Socialist Feminism
    • Liberation Theology
      • Religious Progressivism

    Praxis

    • Left-Illegalism[1]
    • Revolution
    • Education

    Influences

    Note : Every of these influential individuals shaped my thoughts but that doesn't mean I agree with them

    • Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677)
    • Adam Smith (1723-1790)
    • Jean-Baptiste Say (1767-1832)
    • Karl Marx (1818-1883)
    • Friedrich Engels (1820-1895)
    • Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924)
    • Joseph Stalin (1878-1953)
    • Mao Zedong (1893-1976)
    • Friedrich Hayek (1899-1992)
    • Murray Rothbard (1926-1995)
    • Fidel Castro (1926-2016)
    • Che Guevara (1928-1967)
    • Thomas Sankara (1949-1987)
    • Philippe Poutou (1967-)

    Center of interest

    • Power Struggle
    • Cultural Hegemony
    • Myth
    • Deconstruction
    • Psychoanalysis
    • Sociology
    • The Spectacle
    • The Unique
    • Art

    Past and Current Economy

    WIP

    On the origin of private property

    Sidenote : We won't talk about Mercantilism and older economical systems.

    Market forces are the fundamental dynamics that govern the supply and demand of goods and services within an economy. These forces include factors like competition, consumer preferences, technological advancements, and government regulations. In a free-market system, prices are determined by these forces, influencing the allocation of resources.

    In a capitalist structure, power dynamics are shaped by the ownership and control of the means of production.

    The bourgeoisie, as owners of capital and productive resources, control the economic forces that drive society. This ownership allows them to accumulate wealth and exert influence over the production and distribution of goods and services. They are in possession of tools that is lend to the working class in order to make money in exchange of a wage.

    The bourgoisie, as employers, extract surplus value from the labor of the working class. This exploitation contributes to the accumulation of capital and the perpetuation of class distinctions.

    The concept of private property, central to capitalist structures, empowers the bourgeoisie to accumulate and pass down wealth through generations. This concentration of property contributes to the perpetuation of social and economic inequalities.

    These concepts are the economical structure of capitalism, called the base. The economic base is foundational, shaping and influencing the development of the superstructure.

    The superstructure is the influence of the bourgoisie to all non-economic institutions such as government, media, and education. Through lobbying, campaign financing, and other mechanisms, they shape policies that often favor their economic interests, contributing to the maintenance of their power.[2]

    This also create an ideological hegemony where the ruling class shapes perceptions and acceptance of the existing economic system. Exploitation is now seen as a norm because education and cultural values emphatize on hard work, loyalty to employers, and the acceptance of authority.

    This base and superstructure model is however not complete, as they can't fully explain all of society. There are other forms of oppression of social categories such as race, gender, and sexuality. Because of that, the base-superstructure model is not determinist.

    Evolution of Capitalism

    As capitalism evolved, corporations emerged as powerful entities, leading to the rise of corporatocracy. Large corporations began to exert significant influence over economic and political spheres, shaping policies to favor their interests, causing exploitation of resources and cheap labor in other regions contributes to the perpetuation of global economic inequalities and environmental degradation.

    Oligopolistic structures often emerge as a result of mergers, acquisitions, and the global expansion of corporations seeking to dominate markets on an international scale. This leads to less competition, less innovation and more stable prices in order to avoid price wars that could erode their profits.

    What is Liberty ?

    TL;DR About the different approaches you can have on liberty, and how I view it.

    Deconstruct Marx...

    TL;DR The goal is to understand the class struggle appart from any spacio-temporal point of view, purifying it.

    ...While Staying Concrete

    TL;DR I believe there are sociological reasons that hold us from insurrection, and the consequences of it don't seems it would work. This is the part where I want to study the most and where it will certainly change a lot.

    Why I Call Myself Ultraprogressive ?

    TL;DR Replacement of old values that slows the revolution.

    Essay on Anarcho-Communism in France

    MISC

    How to Draw

    1. Start with a red ball
    2. Add a yellow hammer in the center
    3. Add yellow arrows on the sides going up
    4. Add a wide yellow star-shaped shape below the arrows

    Personality

    Like his creator HeredyBall, Heredism love to read other political ideas. He's not a fan of post-leftists, anarchists and egoists unless they have common sense. He love Monster Drinks, talking about random stuff, going to the gym and focusing on a thing (a game or a book for example) until it's fully done.

    Political Evolution

    Apolitical + +
    Left-Wing Populist + +
    Dirigist + +
    Market-Socialist + +
    Mutualist (self-proclamed) + +
    State-Oriented Market-Socialist + +

    Favorite Quotes

    "It comes from an order of men whose interest is never exactly the same with that of the public, who have generally an interest to deceive and even oppress the public."

    Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations p.232

    "Private property has made us so stupid and one-sided that an object is only ours when we have it – when it exists for us as capital, or when it is directly possessed, eaten, drunk, worn, inhabited, etc., – in short, when it is used by us. Although private property itself again conceives all these direct realisations of possession only as means of life, and the life which they serve as means is the life of private property – labour and conversion into capital."

    Karl Marx, Manuscripts of 1844, Third Manuscript

    "In order to abolish the idea of private property, the idea of communism is quite sufficient. It takes actual communist action to abolish actual private property. History will lead to it; and this movement, which in theory we already know to be a self-transcending movement, will constitute in actual fact a very rough and protracted process. But we must regard it as a real advance to have at the outset gained a consciousness of the limited character as well as of the goal of this historical movement – and a consciousness which reaches out beyond it."

    Karl Marx, Manuscripts of 1844, Third Manuscript

    "They know that property, capital, money, wage-labour and the like are no ideal figments of the brain but very practical, very objective products of their self-estrangement and that therefore they must be abolished in a practical, objective way for man to become man not only in thinking, in consciousness, but in mass being, in life."

    Karl Marx, The Holy Family, Chapter IV

    "For the orthodox theologian the whole world is dissolved in “religion and theology”. (He could just as well dissolve it in politics, political economy, etc., and call theology heavenly political economy, for example, since it is the theory of the production, distribution, exchange and consumption of “spiritual wealth” and of the treasures of heaven!)"

    Karl Marx, The Holy Family, Chapter VI

    "All the contradictions in the political essence expounded by Herr Bauer in Die Judenfrage are of this kind — contradictions of constitutionalism, which is, in general, the contradiction between the modern representative state and the old state of privileges."

    Karl Marx, The Holy Family, Chapter VI

    "The people is communistic, and, as a matter of fact, split into a multitude of different groups; the true movement and the elaboration of these different social shades is not only not exhausted, it is really only beginning. But it will not end in pure, i.e., abstract, theory as Critical Criticism would like it to; it will end in a quite practical practice that will not bother at all about the categorical categories of Criticism."

    Karl Marx, The Holy Family, Chapter VII

    "“Liberation” is an historical and not a mental act, and it is brought about by historical conditions, the development of industry, commerce, agriculture, the conditions of intercourse..."

    Karl Marx, The German Ideology, Part I: Feuerbach. Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlook. B. The Illusion of the Epoch

    "It is evident that big industry does not reach the same level of development in all districts of a country. This does not, however, retard the class movement of the proletariat, because the proletarians created by big industry assume leadership of this movement and carry the whole mass along with them, and because the workers excluded from big industry are placed by it in a still worse situation than the workers in big industry itself."

    Karl Marx, The German Ideology, Part I: Feuerbach. Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlook. C. The Real Basis of Ideology

    "To this modern private property corresponds the modern State, which, purchased gradually by the owners of property by means of taxation, has fallen entirely into their hands through the national debt, and its existence has become wholly dependent on the commercial credit which the owners of property, the bourgeois, extend to it, as reflected in the rise and fall of State funds on the stock exchange."

    Karl Marx, The German Ideology, Part I: Feuerbach. Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlook. C. The Real Basis of Ideology

    "Thus, while the refugee serfs only wished to be free to develop and assert those conditions of existence which were already there, and hence, in the end, only arrived at free labour, the proletarians, if they are to assert themselves as individuals, will have to abolish the very condition of their existence hitherto (which has, moreover, been that of all society up to the present), namely, labour. Thus they find themselves directly opposed to the form in which, hitherto, the individuals, of which society consists, have given themselves collective expression, that is, the State. In order, therefore, to assert themselves as individuals, they must overthrow the State."

    Karl Marx, The German Ideology, Part I: Feuerbach. Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlook. D. Proletarians and Communism

    "Communism differs from all previous movements in that it overturns the basis of all earlier relations of production and intercourse, and for the first time consciously treats all natural premises as the creatures of hitherto existing men, strips them of their natural character and subjugates them to the power of the united individuals."

    Karl Marx, The German Ideology, Part I: Feuerbach. Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlook. D. Proletarians and Communism

    "Thus things have now come to such a pass that the individuals must appropriate the existing totality of productive forces, not only to achieve self-activity, but, also, merely to safeguard their very existence."

    Karl Marx, The German Ideology, Part I: Feuerbach. Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlook. D. Proletarians and Communism

    "The landowner has nothing with which to reproach the merchant. He practices robbery in monopolising the land. He practices robbery in exploiting for his own benefit the increase in population which increases competition and thus the value of his estate; in turning into a source of personal advantage that which has not been his own doing – that which is his by sheer accident. He practices robbery in leasing his land, when he eventually seizes for himself the improvements effected by his tenant. This is the secret of the ever-increasing wealth of the big landowners."

    Friedrich Engels, Outlines of a Critic of Political Economy

    "It is in the interest of each to possess everything, but in the interest of the whole that each possess an equal amount. Thus, the general and the individual interest are diametrically opposed to each other."

    Friedrich Engels, Outlines of a Critic of Political Economy

    "The economist comes along with his lovely theory of demand and supply, proves to you that “one can never produce too much,” and practice replies with trade crises, which reappear as regularly as the comets, and of which we have now on the average one every five to seven years."

    Friedrich Engels, Outlines of a Critic of Political Economy

    "The economist now says, however, that in its final result machinery is favourable to the workers, since it makes production cheaper and thereby creates a new and larger market for its products, and thus ultimately reemploys the workers put out of work. Quite right. But is the economist forgetting, then, that the production of labour-power is regulated by competition; that labour-power is always pressing on the means of employment, and that, therefore, when these advantages are due to become operative, a surplus of competitors for work is already waiting for them, and will thus render these advantages illusory; whilst the disadvantages – the sudden withdrawal of the means of subsistence from one half of the workers and the fall in wages for the other half – are not illusory? Is the economist forgetting that the progress of invention never stands still, and that these disadvantages, therefore, perpetuate themselves? Is he forgetting that with the division of labour, developed to such a high degree by our civilisation, a worker can only live if he can be used at this particular machine for this particular detailed operation; that the change-over from one type of employment to another, newer type is almost invariably an absolute impossibility for the adult worker?"

    Friedrich Engels, Outlines of a Critic of Political Economy

    " Here the false economic dogma: the circulation of commodities involves a necessary equilibrium of purchases and sales, because every purchase is also a sale, and vice versa — which is to say, that every seller also brings his buyer to market with him.

    (1) Purchase and sale are, on the one hand, an identical act of two polarly opposite persons (poles are the two ends of the axis of a sphere); on the other hand, they are two polarly opposite acts of one and the same person. Hence, the identity of purchases and sale implies that the commodity is useless unless it is sold, and likewise that this case can occur.

    (2) C - M, as a partial process, is similarly an independent process and implies that the acquirer of money can choose the time when he again converts this money into a commodity. He can wait.

    The inner unity of the independent processes C - M and M - C moves in external antitheses precisely because of the independence of these processes; and when these dependent processes reach a certain limit of independence, their unity asserts itself in a crisis. Hence, the possibility of the latter is already given here. "

    Friedrich Engels, Synopsis of Capital

    Ideology Test

    Did I forgot something ? Comment below if so

    Government

    • Autocracy: -5
    • Dictatorship: +5
    • Authoritarianist: +10
    • Statist: +7
    • Moderatist: +3
    • Anti-Authoriatianist: +0
    • Liberal: -3
    • Anarchist: -5
    • Egoist: -7

    Economic

    • Anti-Economy: -3
    • Socialist: +10
    • Welfarist: +5
    • Corporatism: +2
    • Keynesian: +1
    • Liberal Economics: -3
    • Capitalist: -5

    Diplomatic

    • Chauvinist: -5
    • Isolationist: +3
    • Nationalist: +10
      • If Racial Nationalist or similar: -5
    • Internationalist: +6
    • (Alter-)Globalist: -2
    • Cosmopolitalist: -6

    Geopolitics

    • Western -10
    • Western Adjacent -5
    • Non-Aligned +10
    • East Adjacent +0
    • Eastern -5

    Social

    • Novelist: -5
    • Revolutionary: +10
    • Progressive: +7
    • Inclusionary: +5
    • Moderate: +0
    • Conservatist: -5
    • Reactionaryist: -10

    Technological

    • Post-Humanist: -5
    • Transhumanist: +0
    • Acceleration: +10
    • Moderate: +7
    • Deceleration: +0
    • Neo-Luddist: -5
    • Primitivist: -10

    Environmental

    • Eco-Fascist: -1
    • Deep Ecologist: +5
    • Radical Environmentalist: +10
    • Environmentalist: +5
    • Industrial: -10
    • Anti-Environmentalist: -10

    War

    • Pacifist: +0
    • Non-Engagement: +5
    • De-escalationist: +8
    • Protectionist: +10
    • Interventionist: +0
    • Irredentist: -5
    • Jingoist: -10

    Praxis

    • Insurrection: -5
    • Revolution: +10
    • Mixed: +0
    • Reform: -5

    Bonus

    • Market Socialist: +3
    • Anti-Imperialist: +2
    • Feminist: +2
    • Gamer: +1
    • Have read Marx: +1
    • Added an alias: +1

    Malus
    Add here your own malus you think fit with the number of points less that is worth it.


    User Score

    Relationships

    Admirable

    • - Greatest british man I've met here. Mix of Kautsky and UK modern critic of capitalism, targeted for a new Labour Party.

    Good, but need some more

    • (///) - Good propositions overall, thanks to introduce me to cooperatives !
    • Artelord - A good job overall. We share a lot, but you're too naive. Democracy is slow and can lead to something other than your beliefs. With more criticism and development, your page will be great !
    • - As I said, you've matured and we now are basically the same. Still, you have to progress in writting and visuals then it'll be perfect !
    • Blue Nephalemism (////) - I have no doubt that your intentions and what you are proposing are good. However I find it particulary ideal to propose such things without considering the influence of the biggest bourgeois.
    • Glorified Communism You have changed a lot and I like your idea of combining communism and the glorification of all things. The only thing I'm afraid is violence but hey, it's glorious for some people ! You are right on the mass inssurection needed to destroy capitalism. Truely a good post-liberal.
    • Ego-Libertarian Marxism (///) - One of the few egoists I like, we share everything albeit the rule axis and possibly the method to get our ideas.
    • (////) - On the right way ! I would know what you've read tho, it's interesting to see Luxemburgism combined with Market Socialism :)
    • LordCompost86 - I have largely misunderstood your work and I apologize for that. It's also sad that you left, you were a figure to me.
    • HelloThere314 (//) - I've not read enough on egoism and such to have a constructive critic so I put you here, sorry !

    Somewhat agree somewhat disagree

    • Serbian Socialism - I mean you want socialism and that's fair but without capitalism ? How would you do that ? And you want 100% employement rate but what about people that cannot work ? Your page is missing things but good start !
    • Meowxism - Don't understand Totalitarian and Futurist nature of your views but I like the cultural stances and critics are always appreciated !
    • Neo-Glencoeism (///) - Your page is very rough but you have some good ideas for a capitalist, honestly it looks more like a market socialist.
    • Cyberdelic Egoism - Definitely an interesting concept, even if you didn't wrote much (yet), you're certainly the most logical egoist I've seen and you understood that the future is not made of gold but metal. I still don't understand how a society would progress without any order (humanity is, well, made for hierarchy) but maybe you see another vision of things way further than I can. You're mixed because I have similars beliefs while not being anarchist (kinda). Also smoke weed !
    • Jadedism (////) - Looks like my old ideology tbh. You have good views, but you also don't like communism. Give it a chance !
    • (////) - The thing is that your views are very "naturals". It is not a bad thing in any mean but you tend to reactionary views without knowing it (thinking of Physiocracy, Guild Socialism and Localism combined)

    Decadent

    • Neo-humanism - Even if we don't agree on the economic intervention, we share LOTS of other things. You're ideology is totally accepted ! Holy shit you've become a laissez-faire capitalist. Thankfully we are still the same for every other aspects.
    • Rigby Thought (///) - Not bad for a social capitalist, still very traditional but I see some progressivism too.
    • Aurora Doctrine (///) - More or less Statu-Quo-tism, not the way to go but not inherently bad.
    • Danielism- You are a liberal, and not the good kind. You are uneducated and fanatic of concepts you haven't studied and would lead world to destruction.

    Life is roblox

    • Neo-Optimateism - (Will) write good analyse of economy and markets. But as someone who want to expand the field of economics, in an anti-humanist way, no.
    • Astrodiscordianism - Look, we're both technophilic but you're approach of the future is fucking dumb. Robots would certainly not fight over concepts like money, they will either live in co-existance, making more progress together or fight over power (which I doubt). As someone who like money as a tool, not as a price, you go down here.
    • Mordecaism(///) - Basic Laissez-Faire preacher #21942380, you know 99% of the population will die with your thought. What will happend is, the Mega-Corporations will have monopoles on various sectors, there will be no competition, the only advancements would be to take even more money from the surplus, produced by the workers. Results : the profit marge goes up, less and less people can afford basic living standards and will die.
      • - But the people on the guilded age lived relatively well. and you are overreacting, like every Keynesitard does.
        • - For who ? The capitalists.
    You can add an ideology if you think it works well

    Hell yeah

    • Maoism - I like you even more because of the additions to him, namely the cultural revolution. (Forget the fact I have to study history first)

    Could be better

    • Marxism - The base of my ideology, althrough we have the same goal, material conditions are different, capitalism evolved and other politicians, ideologists and philosophers expanded your work.

    Meh

    Bad

    • Capitalism - You helped society moving past Feudalism and imaginary economics but now ? Now you want liberty and power only for your kind. At first political economy and the industrial revolution could've been useful for humanity, but the corporation mindset appeared logically afterward, causing economical, ecological and inhuman catastrophes.

    Horrible

    Who do I remind you of ?

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    * HeredyBall - This section is not an adding list, it function is for conversing with me.

    • [Erissian Liberalism] - Hi! Just noting here that you state on your page "I believe that there is 4 sexes, Men, Women, Non-Binary and Inter-Sex". But, speaking as an enby, I have to correct you. Nonbinary is a Gender identity, not a sex! However, it is true that sex is not a binary, there's actually an interesting video on the topic I highly recommend!
    • Socialist Third Way - I have a question. How did you make your page wide, left to right, removing "Recent changes"?
      • HeredyBall - I think it's because of the "Style" box
    • Great British New Left - I'm liking the direction this is going, comrade!
      • HeredyBall - I got Labourism in DozenValue, the party of Blair, before him lol
        • Great British New Left - Labour isn't just the party of blair, it's also the party of Corbyn, Benn, and yours truly :D welcome to the labour movement comrade!!!!
    • Temujin Leeism - I seem like the off Compass amd Anarchist version, so add me if you want to.
    • - Attention! I changed my user test, so if you want, you can redo it.

    Reading list

    Read

    • Sun Tzu
      • Art of War
    • Yuval Noah Harari
      • Sapiens
      • Homo Deus
    • John Stuart Mill
      • Utilitarianism
    • Nick Land
      • A Quick-and-Dirty Introduction to Accelerationism
    • Anton Pannekoek
      • Marxist Theory and Revolutionary Tactics
    • Adam Smith
      • The Wealth of Nations
        • Book I
    • Friendrich Engels
      • Principle of Communism
      • Karl Marx. "A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy"
      • Socialism: Utopian and Scientific
      • Outlines of a Critic of Political Economy
    • Karl Marx
      • Contribution to a Critique of Political Economy
      • Critique of the Gotha Program
      • Manuscripts of 1844
      • The German Ideology
      • Wage, Labor and Capital
    • Karl Marx & Friendrich Engels
      • The Communist Manifesto
      • The Holy Family
    • Joseph Stalin
      • Statement on International Women's Day

    Reading

    1. Synopsis of Capital - Friendrich Engels

    Planning (not necessary in order)

    Classical Liberalism

    1. Adam Smith
      1. The Wealth of Nations
        1. Book II
        2. Book III
        3. Book IV
      2. The Theory of Moral Sentiments
    2. David Ricardo
      1. On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation
    3. William Thompson
      1. An Inquiry into the Principles of the Distribution of Wealth

    Marxism & Classical Anarchism

    1. Karl Marx
      1. Theories of Surplus Value
      2. The Civil war in France
      3. 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonapart
    2. Friendrich Engels
      1. Anti-Dühring
      2. The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State
      3. The Peasant war in Germany
      4. On Authority
    3. Marx and Engels
      1. Das Kapital
    4. Mikhail Bakunin
      1. What is Authority
      2. God and the State
      3. Statism and Anarchy
    5. Peter Kropotkin
      1. The Conquest of Bread
      2. Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution

    Antithesis

    1. Friedrich Hayek
      1. The Road to Serfdom
      2. The Constitution of Liberty
      3. The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism
    2. Milton Friedman
      1. We have Socialism

    Marxism-Leninism

    1. Vladimir Lenin
      1. The State and Revolution
      2. Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism
      3. What Is to Be Done?
      4. "Left-Wing" Communism, an Infantile Disorder
    2. Joseph Stalin
      1. Marxism and the National Question
      2. The Road to Power
    3. Rosa Luxemburg
      1. The Accumulation of Capital
      2. Reform or Revolution
      3. The Mass Strike
    4. Anton Pannekoek
      1. Workers' Councils
    5. Guy Debord
      1. Society of Spectacle
    6. Raoul Vaneigem
      1. The Revolution of Everyday Life

    JAW's Present

    1. Principles of Sociology - Herbert Spencer
    2. The Triumph of Conservatism: A Reinterpretation of American History, 1900–1916 - Gabriel Kolko
    3. Anarcho-NRx: A Case For Neo Reactionary Anarcho-Monarchism - Stateless Sovereign
    4. The Business Cycle: A Geo-Austrian synthesis - Fred Folvary

    List of Authors I want to read

    • Spinoza
    • Hegel
    • Feuerbach
    • Nietzsche
    • Hobbes
    • Stirner
    • Foucault
    • Freud
    • Lacan
    • Sartre
    • Kafka
    • Sorel
    • Marcuse
    • Fisher
    • Deleuze
    • Baudrillard
    • Guattari

    Gallery



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    2. One example of a policy that is often viewed as being in favor of capitalist economic interests is tax cuts for corporations.
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