New issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality (16.1) on Integral Human Development
The most recent issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality (Vol. 16, no. 1) has been published. This is a theme issue on the subject of integral human development, inspired in part by the challenges raised in Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI's 2009 encyclical Caritas in Veritate:
"The development We speak of here cannot be restricted to economic growth alone. To be authentic, it must be well rounded; it must foster the development of each man and of the whole man."
Accordingly, this issue features 13 articles from theologians, philosophers, ethicists, and social scientists exploring the theme of development in its broadest and most holistic possible interpretation. There are also two review essays on relevant books, a controversy on the subject of fair trade, our regular collection of reviews, and an updated translation of a work by the 19th century Russian philosopher Vladimir Soloviev, "The Moral Organization of Humanity as a Whole," from his 1899 work The Justification of the Good.
In all, the issue includes over 400 pages of rich and diverse content.
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