An explanation of the philosophy called Intequinism. Bertrand Russell came to the conclusion, Truth and Love are the two most important ideas to respect. Intequinism rationalizes Russell's conclusion, independently of his thought, in the context of intequity (capital of ideas), which is important for sustainable creative economies. Teaching and spreading entrepreneurship is, in a sense, propaganda, without other necessary information, needed to take informed decisions. Religions and Philosophy are closely interconnected with World economics. The book explains connections, and shows a negative influence religions and utilitarian philosophy have on creativity. A new economic system, in which the two ideas, Truth and Love, are respected, is promoted.