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What Is Economic Personalism? A Phenomenological Analysis


Much like phenomenology, the philosophical movement of economic personalism has preceded its complete and clear awareness of itself as a philosophical position. This article attempts to articulate what exactly this position is by employing a phenomenological analysis. The organization of this investigation consists of three parts. The first is a linguistic analysis of the names economics and personalism that attempts to arrive at a joint meaning of these terms. The second is a regressive inquiry from meaning to a priori apprehension, and this examination is aimed at making the essential nature of economic personalism perspicuous. The third presents the necessary and sufficient conditions for either conduct or a situation to qualify as an object in the domain of economic personalism.

Gloria L. Ziga, "What is Economic Personalism? A Phenomenological Analysis," Journal of Markets & Morality 4, no. 2 (Fall 2001): 151-175

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