Entrepreneurship in the Catholic Tradition

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Entrepreneurship in the Catholic Traditionis a theological and historical exploration of the treatment of entrepreneurship, business, and commerce in the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church.

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Entrepreneurship in the Catholic Traditionis a theological and historical exploration of the treatment of entrepreneurship, business, and commerce in the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church.

Moving from Scriptural exegesis to modern papal social encyclicals, Anthony G. Percy shows how Catholic teaching has developed profound insights into the ultimate meaning of entrepreneurship and commerce and invested it with theological, philosophical, and economic meaning that surpasses many conventional religious and secular interpretations.

Entrepreneurship is illustrated as being as much a potential contributor to all-around integral human flourishing as it is to economic growth and development. In this sense, Entrepreneurship in the Catholic Tradition challenges the stereotype of the Catholic Church having a negative view of economic liberty and the institutions that enhance its productivity. Instead we discover a tradition in which first-millennium theologians, medieval scholastics, and modern Catholic thinkers have thought seriously and at length about the character of free enterprise and its moral and commercial significance.

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Edited By No
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ISBN 0739125141, 978-0739125144
Page Count 192
Publisher Lexington
Year Published 2010
Book Excerpt N/A
SKU 1060

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