From an Individual to a Person: What Economics Can Learn from Theology About Human Beings

Chalupníček, Pavel
May 2014
Econ Journal Watch;May2014, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p120
Academic Journal
The article discusses what economics can learn from the theology about human beings which is from individualism to personalism. Topics mentioned include the theologians' struggle with their reductionist anthropology, the distinction between the words individual and person and the eight dimensions of the "Leuven personalism" by theologians Louis Janssens and Joseph Selling.


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