Aristotle's Economic Thought

Clarendon Press (1997)
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Since the Middle Ages, Aristotle has been hailed as the father of economics. But recently classicists have maintained that he did no economics at all. This book clears up the anomaly. The author argues that Aristotle had a theory of money and commerce, but that it is ethical rather than economic. According to Aristotle ethics and economics are fundamentally opposed and can never be reconciled
Keywords Aristotle   Economics
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ISBN(s) 9780198152255     0198150024
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