Thoughts about the system based approach, interpreting systems and system changes

"There was no way for me to disagree, and I still fully agree that the world economy should be interpreted as an organic system, which produces uneven and even polarising development, since I myself also explained the gap in international development in the context of the historic development of the world economy. But there was no way for me not to criticise the absolute and exclusive interpretation of the world systems analysis of Wallerstein […] and the explanation of the emergence of the capitalist market economy by a historic accident: by a certain unlash of the creative forces of the ruling elite, […] or rooting unequal exchange in monopolisation and making it the main form of international exploitation, and the idea that running out pre-capitalist reserves will finally limit the global accumulation of capital."