D. Stephen Long, "Divine Economy: Theology and the Market" (Routledge Radical Orthodoxy)
Taylor & Francis (2003) | English | eISBN: 020346544X | 336 pages | PDF | 2.58 MB
What has theology to do with economics? They are both sciences of human action but have traditionally been treated as very separate and isolated disciplines. Divine Economy is the first book to directly address the need for an active dialogue between the two. D.Stephen Long traces three traditions in which attempts have been made to bring theology to bear on economic questions: the dominant twentieth-century tradition, which sought to give economics its independence through Weber’s fact-value distinction; an emergent tradition based on the concept of liberation using a Marxist social analysis; and a residual tradition that draws on an ancient understanding of a functional economy. He concludes that the latter approach shows the greatest promise for a fruitful conversation between theology and economics because it refuses to subordinate or accommodate theological knowledge to autonomous socio-scientific research. Divine Economy will be welcomed by all those with an interest in exploring how theology can inform economic debate.
(No mirrors, pls)
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