The development and the position of the industrial canon, the permitted record of significant works and nice authors, has been the topic of a lot fresh literary and historic debate. in contrast, the concept that of the canon has been mostly dormant within the research of the historical past of economics, with the canonical series of Smith, Ricardo, Marx, and so on. constituting the skeleton for many educating and study. this crucial assortment represents the 1st serious try out at exploring and defining the connection among the canon and the development of the background of economics.
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On the contrary, they valuated self-interest and the profit motive as positive incentives in the emergent commercial society. In the wake of this line of thought, the utilitarians affirmed that man is a bundle of appetites in search of satisfaction and that economic progress consisted in the most efficient way of maximizing this satisfaction. 22 Louis Baeck From the twelfth century on the Latin scholastics followed by the humanists gradually de-Aristotelianize the Stagirite’s economic canon. And modernity brings a complete break.
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13:1–2), of which he makes even usage to justify the payment of taxes (Rom. 13:5– 7). 13 What the most influential group of Christians and in particular Paul (Gal. 5:3f; Gal. 4:25) denied, was the significance of the observance of ‘the Law’ as a means of salvation. But at the same time, the Christians still regarded ‘the Law’ as a divine manifestation. Marcion (AD c. 160) and his efforts to reform the Christian Church by rejecting the Septuagint as having no validity for Christians forced the early Church of the second century to clarify its position toward the Hebrew Bible and to define what it accepted as the true canon of its teaching.
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