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186271055 Argument 408: on the people who travel from one place to another to carry out exchanges.  
186271054 Argument 407: if coins that by law or generally accepted custom had a different value in relation to other copper coins of a lesser value, in places also different, can they be justly exchanged between those places keeping to the equality?  
186271053 Argument 406: on how the same amount of money may have twice as much value in different places.  
186271052 Argument 405: answers to some questions regarding what has been said in the two preceding arguments. What can be said about those who for a salary bring with them the horses they needed to rent for the trip? Is it licit to receive an increase for the exchange carried out from one place to another within the same kingdom?  
186271051 Argument 404: on whether it is licit for the banker to charge a certain increment for the exchange he gives when he anticipates the money in one place to recover it in a different place?  
186271050 Argument 403: on the usefulness of exchanging money from one place to another; on the [type of] exchange in which the banker receives the money in advance.  
186271049 Argument 402: if an employee who was taking money in gold coins to pay some debts, or to make some purchases, took advantage on the way of an opportunity offered to exchange those coins for a better price, could that employee appropriate for himself the extra charge obtained in this manner?  
186271048 Argument 401: if a higher price than the one set by the law may licitly be received for the coins to which the public authority assigned a particular value at the moment of coinage?  
186271047 Argument 400: on diverse gold and silver coins that have been coined in Castile and Portugal over time. On their value at the moment of coinage and at the present time. On the value of gold and silver ingots in these kingdoms at different times.  
186271046 Argument 399: is it licit for the exchange dealer to receive in the petty exchange an increment over the price that the law has appraised [the coins] for?  
186271045 Argument 398: on exchange in a strict sense and its types. Is the exchange dealer's activity licit?  
186271044 Argument 397: whether the "alcabala" should be paid in barter and exchange transactions?  
186271043 Argument 396: diverse senses in which the terms barter and exchange may be used: to barter in a strict sense.  
186271042 Introduction: Luis de Molina, S.J.: life, studies, and teaching.  
186271041 The Boundaries of Technique: Ordering Positive and Normative Concerns in Economic Research.  
186271040 Within the Market Strife: American Catholic Economic Thought from Rerum Novarum to Vatican II.  
186271039 Teaching Guide to Economics/Lehrbuch der Nationalokonomie.  
186271038 Economics as Ideology: Keynes, Laski, Hayek, and the Creation of Contemporary Politics.  
186271037 Pay Without Performance: The Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation.  
186271036 Old Testament Ethics for the People of God.  
186271035 Confidence Games: Money and Markets in a World Without Redemption.  
186271034 Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide.  
186271033 The Power of Productivity: Wealth, Poverty, and the Threat to Global Stability.  
186271032 American Dream: Three Women, Ten Kids, and a Nation's Drive to End Welfare.  
186271031 Doing Christian Ethics from the Margins.  
186271030 After the Market: Economics, Moral Agreement, and the Churches' Mission.  
186271029 Performing the Faith: Bonhoeffer and the Practice of Nonviolence.  
186271028 Roman Catholic Political Philosophy.  
186271027 In Pursuit of Justice: Christian-Democratic Explorations.  
186271026 Credible Signs of Christ Alive: Case Studies from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.  
186271025 Business for the Glory of God: The Bible's Teaching on the Moral Goodness of Business.  
186271024 The Supreme Court and Religion in American Life.  
186271023 Saint Thomas Aquinas and the Natural Law Tradition: Contemporary Perspectives.  
186271022 Critics of the Enlightenment: Readings in the French Counter-Revolutionary Tradition.  
186271021 Justice: A Global Adventure.  
186271020 Cash Values: Money and the Erosion of Meaning in Today's Society.  
186271019 Defending Human Dignity: John Paul II and Political Realism.  
186271018 Secular fundamentalism and democracy.  
186271017 Applying Judeo-Christian principles to contemporary economic issues.  
186271016 Natural law and the fiduciary duties of business managers.  
186271015 What profits for a man to gain: just (the) price (of the soul).  
186271014 Scholarly Journals and the flow of information.  
186270906 Genovese Sermon.  
186270905 Introduction: status questionis: good-bye to the protestant ethic?  
186270904 Hayek's Challenge: An Intellectual Biography of F. A. Hayek.  
186270903 Economic Theory and Christian Belief.  
186270902 The Political Economy of the Voluntary Sector: Reappraisal of the Comparative Institutional Advantage of Voluntary Organizations.  
186270901 Austrian Economics and the Political Economy of Freedom.  
186270900 Economic Methodology: An Inquiry.  
186270899 Rationalizing Capitalist Democracy: The Cold War Origins of Rational Choice Liberalism.