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Introduction to Economic Personalism

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What is economic personalism? Boiled down to its essence, economic personalism is a research program within Christian social ethics that draws from various intellectual currents—Christian personalism, the natural-law tradition, and Christian social thought—to build a more adequate anthropology of the person for use in economics and social ethics. From the beginning of its short lifespan, scholars have sought to bring ever-increasing clarity to the concept of economic personalism. The result of this has been to understand economic personalism in three divergent but mutually overlapping ways: as a school of thought, a method, and a philosophical position.

Stephen J. Grabill, "Introduction to Economic Personalism," Journal of Markets & Morality 6, no. 2 (Fall 2003): 597-598


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