Dual Currency Economy
The moral requirement for the delineation of aesthetic services from material services - those catering to citizens' wants and needs, respectively - necessitates the eventual emergence of two complimentary, yet non-transferable currencies. This will allow citizens to freely trade aesthetic services (art, entertainment, fine cuisine, sport) in an unregulated, open market whilst ensuring that the provision of material services (e.g. health care, security, nutrition, education, governance) is logically allocated, rather than allocated according to popular opinion. For example, if a sports star is particularly successful (popular), the aesthetic currency they earn from spectators who want to pay to see them play should be able to be traded for other luxuries. However the currency (popularity) of the sports star should not be in any way transferable to purchase priority access to material services, such as education, health and security. These services should be logically allocated according to need (e.g. medicine and security to whomever needs it the most and/or has needed it the longest; education to those demonstrating the greatest effort and ability). The currency notating popularity must not be exchangeable for the currency of necessity, and vice versa.