The Relationship among Economic Freedom, Property Right and Ethics Foundation

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (2):104-108 (2005)

Abstract
In the modern economic relations, economic freedom, property rights and the moral basis of the existence of coexist, mutually reinforcing the close relationship that a certain moral-based economic freedom conducive to wealth creation and accumulation, but also conducive to property acquisition; and property rights is to achieve economic freedom and even their personal freedom, morality and civilization of the sufficient condition; respect for property rights is the moral basis of economic freedom. The freedom, property rights, moral linked to the market. In the modern ecnomic actions, there exists some intimate relationship of mutual being and mutual influence among economic freedom, property right and ethics foundation. It is to say that the economic freedom based on ethics is favorable to wealth construction and accumulation, and beneficial to obtaining of property right. And the property right is the sufficient condition to realize economic freedom, body freedom and ethical culture. Respecting property right is the ethical foundation of economic freedom. It is market that combines freedom, property right and ethics together
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