Philosophy, Not Theology, Is the Key for Economics: A Catholic Perspective

Finn, Daniel K.
May 2014
Econ Journal Watch;May2014, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p153
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on his view on Roman Catholicism as a Catholic perspective. Topics discussed include the need of economics on insights from social sciences and philosophy of social science, the Stoicism, a secular philosophical tradition of Greece and Rome which was borrowed by Christian theologians, and shortcomings of standard rationality assumptions or the mainstream paradigm.


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