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|Abstract||With an aim to bring caring back into economic theory, this work draws upon the work of Aristotle and Amartya Sen's notions of capability and commitment, to propose an alternative methodology to utilitarianism that is not normative.|
|Keywords||Economics Philosophy Economics Moral and ethical aspects|
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|Call number||HB72.S674 2001|
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