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a deepening view of the basics
51. The Lonergan Review: Volume > 2 > Issue: 1
Patrick D. Brown, Insight as Palimpsest: The Economic Manuscripts in Insight
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money and finance
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William Mathews, Finance Ethics
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Fred Lawrence, Money, Institutions, and the Human Good
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Each human being is the best judge of what is most conducive to his or her own self-preservation, whether this be considered strictly as security of mere life, or as comfortable self-preservation, or as the pursuit of happiness. Liberty is just a means to this end, but a means so necessary, so pervasive, so paramount, that it most resembles an end in itself. The ambiguity of modern liberty—this oscillation between end and means—may be a theoretical liability or weakness, but it largelyaccounts for its prodigious dynamism.
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Peter Corbishley, Lonergan Meets the Mutual Housing Sector?
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a widening perspective
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Philip McShane, Imaging International Credit
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Derek Bianchi Melchin, A Case Study in Functional Payment Classification
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Need the moral be repeated? There exist two distinct circuits, each with its own final market. The equilibrium of the economic process is conditioned by the balance of the two circuits: each must be allowed the possibility of continuity, of basic outlay yielding an equal basic income and surplus outlay yieldingan equal surplus income, of basic and surplus income yielding equal basic and surplus expenditure, and of these grounding equivalent basic and surplus outlay. But what cannot be tolerated, much less sustained, is for one circuit to be drained by the other. That is the essence of dynamic disequilibrium.
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Eileen de Neeve, Income Distribution and Economic Growth
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international perspectives
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Jim Morin, Howard Richards, The Ethical Reconstruction of Economics
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Peter DeMarsh, Hugh Williams, New Hope and Vigor to Local Life
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Edward Gaffney, Emile Piscitelli, Gaza and Circulation Analysis
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