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Human Action, Economics, and Ethics, by Javier Aranzadi

In the economical changing and political disturbing times we are living a question concerns us all: Is this the society I want to live in? What are the opportunities I have to pursue in my socio-cultural environment? Which echoes the ancient Greek ethical questions: What is the best city to live in? What do I want to do with my live? In this book the author goes back to the primary reality of our lives: human action. From the analysis of the anthropological elements of human action -culture, society, individual action- the book will help the reader to understand the construction of our economic reality and how to approach the perennial ethical question: How can I develop excellence in my life?
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- Economic Reality and Human Action -- Toward a General Theory of Action -- Economic Theory and Theory of Action -- The Socio-Cultural Framework of Individual Action,- The Person and Her Possibilities of Action -- The Firm as Social Institution -- The Morality of Market Economy
Literary Form
non fiction
1st ed. 2018.
Physical Description
1 online resource (VIII, 60 p. 6 illus.)
Specific Material Designation
Form Of Item

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