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The economy of recognition : person, market and society in Antonio Rosmini

Author: Carlos Hoevel
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Ethical economy, 42.
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Introducing an alternative philosophical foundation to the study of economics, this book explains and adopts the perspective of the Italian philosopher Antonio Rosmini (1797-1855), whose interpretation of economic action was fundamentally at odds with the prevailing and all-conquering utilitarianism of modernity. Rosmini, one of the most important Italian and Catholic philosophers of the modern age, eschewed the  Read more...
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Hoevel, Carlos.
Economy of Recognition : Person, Market and Society in Antonio Rosmini.
Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013
Named Person: Antonio Rosmini
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carlos Hoevel
ISBN: 9789400760585 9400760582 9400760574 9789400760578
OCLC Number: 837287177
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 263 pages).
Contents: Introduction: From Autism to Recognition --
A Philosopher in Search for the Economy --
The Utilitarian Paradigm --
Recognizing the Truth: Human Action Beyond Utilitarianism --
Economic Action, Happiness and Personalized Self-Interest --
Rethinking Labor, Wealth and Consumption --
Recognizing the Other: Rights and Ethics in Market Relations --
A Critique of Political Utilitarianism --
Paths Towards Social Recognition --
Instruments of Economic Policy Under the Light --
State Institutions, Civil Society, Family and Religion --
Conclusion: Towards a New Economic Science.
Series Title: Ethical economy, 42.
Responsibility: Carlos Hoevel.

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