What the fuck!? The great question of our age
Due to so much (infinite) supply of information, the value of information goes down, infinitely. If we agree with the supply and demand model.
The value could be said to thus be retained totally in the act, over whether there is any intrinsic value of exchange: the exchange rate is so devalued due to a excessive surplus of supply, Truth itself loses its meaning.
Hence, exchange is essentially valueless, occurring despite what information is available, despite how we want to find something to substantiate it by.
What is left is the pure act. Value thus arises outside of exchange rate. Becuase it occurs consistent with the bare act, no longer dependent upon the exchange as an indicator of value. The irony thus places the value of the act outside of time, justified atemporally, “suspended” if you will.
There is no return. To recoup the loss of the value of exchange does not occur in time. It is too late. There’s no time left to recoup the value of truth. What occurs for reality (where exchange still occurs as though there is intrinsic value) then is the shift to the postmodern reality that is denied in its religious capacity; Faith shows itself too what essentially lay outside of the temporal exchange. This kind of knowledge, what we could call true knowledge, or the knowledge of what is truly occurring, (which could be called scientific philosophical knowledge) cannot be recouped until a later moment.
But contrary to the economy which recoups Real economic value, what lay outside of itself (The conventional philosophical reality) is not nothing, nor it is it spiritual, nor is it some sort of absence or void. These types of negations, referring to the zero or one result of that must occur in every conventional philosophical reduction (see my previous post on quantum computing), merely recites the liturgy of the One universe upheld through its activity.
This does not explain an activity that is involved in real politics or the real economy, as though a proper understanding of the situation will allow the value to once again be attained and exchanged, but indeed this failure is what allows for a glut in the market. For the real economy is based in individuals whose sense of truth comes from the real (conventional) exchange. And hence we have the definition of how value arises within a religious context.
We are in the long game.