i will admit that the needs for penicillin and post-stroke surgery are relatively recent inventions and a byproduct of the pursuit of accumulation
but you see, people will still literally die without them
if you die without something it is a need and capitalist accumulation doesn't enter into it
basic education is another example of a need that is hugely underserved by current production. the lack of it kills people and causes damage to nature and property all the time. education is a service so all that is produced is also consumed, so clearly we don't produce enough>>639
how do you make production sustainable without causing an increase in any sector?