Publication year: 2022
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This book offers a multidisciplinary dialogue on relational anthropology in contemporary economics. A particular view of the human being is often assumed in economic models, but seldom acknowledged let alone explicated. Addressing this neglected area of research in economic studies, altogether the contributors touch upon the importance and potential of virtues, the notions of freedom and self-love, the potential of simulation models, the dialectics of love, and questions of methodology in constructing a relational anthropology for contemporary economics.
Subject: Religion and Philosophy, Philosophy of Man, Cultural Economics, Social Anthropology, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary, Reasonable Compromise, Relational Anthropology for Contemporary Economics, Towards a Relational Anthropology Fostering, Economics of Human Flourishing