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302402872 Commentary on 1 Thessalonians 4:6 and "A Paper on Usury".  
302402871 The Economics of Good and Evil: The Quest for Economic Meaning from Gilgamesh to Wall Street.  
302402870 Rediscovering Political Economy.  
302402869 Adam Smith as Theologian.  
302402868 Institutions and European Trade: Merchant Guilds, 1000-1800.  
302402867 Herbert Spencer.  
302402866 Art in Public: Politics, Economics, and a Democratic Culture.  
302402865 Why the Law Is So Perverse.  
302402864 A Theology of Religious Change: What the Social Science of Conversion Means for the Gospel.  
302402863 Business for the Common Good: A Christian Vision for the Marketplace.  
302402862 The World as It Could Be: Catholic Social Thought for a New Generation.  
302402861 The Two Pillars of the Market: A Paradigm for Dialogue between Theology and Economics.  
302402860 Freedom and Responsibility: A Search for Harmony--Human Rights and Personal Dignity.  
302402859 Ownership and property in the old testament economy.  
302402858 Neither capitalism nor socialism: a biblical theology of economics.  
302402857 Observations on the theology of work and economics.  
302402856 Surveying recent literature on economic theory and morality.  
302402855 Market liberalism and antiliberalism in Spanish late scholastic treatises (1541-1547).  
This article contrasts the opposing views of two of the Spanish late scholastics concerning the determinants of the "just price." Cristobal de Villalon (Provechoso tratado de cambios, 1542) puts...
302402854 Reflections on social justice, government, and society.  
This article examines the relationship between concepts of social justice as consisting in equal shares and the government's corresponding responsibility to redistribute wealth. As the gains...
302402853 Children's rights, family values, and federal constraints.  
By comparison with the South African model that fully complies with international standards for the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, this article seeks to review the state of...
302402852 A better life: on the economic dimension of moral responsibility.  
Due to our nature as finite beings, we must establish an ordo amoris, an order of love, within the communities to which we belong in order to fulfill our part in the universal moral demand of our...
302402851 The acting person and personalist capital.  
This article proposes replacing the narrow concept of the individual in economic analysis with the broader concept of the person and stresses the critical importance of thinking about...
302402850 Tocqueville on crisis.  
Although Tocqueville's comments on economic crisis are hardly known, they constitute an important part of his thought because he treats this phenomenon as an inevitable factor of the economic,...
302402849 Reviving old debates: Austrian, post-Keynesian, and Distributist views of financial crisis.  
The global financial crisis has revived both Austrian and post-Keynesian economic theories and reinvigorated the debate between these schools over the nature of the business cycle, the impact...
302402848 Libertarianism and Catholic social teaching on immigration.  
No two stranger bedfellows than libertarianism and Catholic social teaching can be imagined. The former exults in the greed and selfishness of Smith while the latter, to say the least, does not....
302402847 Catholic social teaching and the market economy: a reply to Daniel K. Finn.  
This article examines the use of sources in an essay by Daniel Finn. Booth claims that Finn's citations of Booth's own work (as well as that of others) fail to responsibly and properly account...
302402846 A brief note on the state and society's moral ecology.  
Samuel Gregg briefly responds to a previous article by Daniel Finn that incorrectly asserts that a piece written by Gregg does not affirm a positive role by the state in shaping the moral ecology...
302402845 Business and the development of Christian social thought.  
282824671 Christ and the needy (1895).  
282824670 Abraham Kuyper and the continuing social question.  
282824669 Critical analysis of the first concepts of social economy (1857).  
282824668 Luigi Taparelli and a catholic economics.  
282824667 Heavenly Merchandize: How Religion Shaped Commerce in Puritan America.  
282824666 Milton Friedman.  
282824665 Looking Beyond the Individualism and Homo Economicus of Neoclassical Economics: A Collection of Original Essays Dedicated to the Memory of Peter L. Danner, Our Friend and Colleague.  
282824664 The Moral Rhetoric of Political Economy: Justice and Modern Economic Thought.  
282824663 Intellectual Property Law: Economic and Social Justice Perspectives.  
282824662 Kapitalismus--Eine Liebeserklarung: Warum die Marktwirtschaft Uns Allen Nutzt.  
282824661 Abraham Kuyper: A Short and Personal Introduction.  
282824660 A Public Faith.  
282824659 Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity: Ideas for the Twenty-First Century.  
282824658 Modern and American Dignity: Who We Are as Persons, and What Difference That Means for Our Future.  
282824657 Remember the Poor: Paul, Poverty, and the Greco-Roman World.  
282824656 Desire, Market and Religion.  
282824655 Rethinking Poverty: Income, Assets, and the Catholic Social Justice Tradition.  
282824654 The Kuyper Center Review, Volume 1: Politics, Religion, and Sphere Sovereignty.  
282824653 Christian Perspectives on the Financial Crash.  
282824652 "Nine libertarian heresies"--a final surresponse.  
282824651 "Nine libertarian heresies"--a surresponse.  
282824650 A response to Santelli and Mueller.