Toby gets this. By changing how we think about value in society, we can change the magnitude and direction of the output of the process that is Being. Note: "Being" can only be measured by a vector, not by a scalar.
Russ gets this, too. By taking responsibility for our own power, we can take it back and, thereby, change the magnitude and direction of the output of the process that is Being.
CHS does not get this. CHS concentrates on the "right size of units" of Capitalism. i.e., its state as quantified by a scalar, while ignoring that the process of Capitalism, which he champions, is inherently violent to competition and actually demands "one firm (ring) to rule them all." In other words, the magnitude and direction of Capitalism is inherently the centralized power that CHS claims to abhor. CHS clearly blinds himself to the process of Being, just as we are all encouraged to do by Western Thought. As a result, CHS champions Capitalism while he demands something that is not Capitalism. The term "useful idiot" comes to mind, and for that I apologize to CHS, who seems to be a genuine "good guy" (like so many other commentators I like and respect but disagree with, e.g., Krugman, Yves, Bill Black, etc.).