The (in)tangibility of capitals

In this world, there are generally three types of capital that can be owned by human. Economic capital, human capital, and social capital. Economic capital is the most tangible one. It is things that you can ascribe monetary value on it such as your smartphones, books, house, or money itself. You can see it, you can touch it, and people can rob it from you. The next one is human capital. It is less tangible than the economic capital. Human capital is about skills and knowledge and humans acquire it through learning and experience. In some ways, you can see this capital when a drummer plays the drums, a football player dribbles the ball, or a professor teaches in the classroom. But you can only see it to a certain extent.

Then, what about social capital?

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