Social Ethics in a Post-Socialist World

Berger, Peter L.
February 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1993, Issue 30, p9
Focuses on the social ethics in a post-socialist era. Scenarios in which there might occur resurgence of socialist policies and ideals in the future; Significance of the concept of social ethics to Christians; Problems in sequencing of marketization and democratization.


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