Teorie oparte na chrystianizmie
THEORIES BASED ON CHRISTIANITY
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The next (31) part of Cooperative Thought Library reminds of excerpts of the once notorious Gide and Rist’s book entitled: The history of economic doctrines. About Charles Gide (1847 - 1932) we have already written (in part 4 of Cooperative Thought Library, "Money and Social Bond" 1 (30) Spring 2006). Here we should recall that Gide was born and raised in a Protestant family, which undoubtedly had an impact on his views. It is striking how the concepts of co-operative - seen as a "third way", which runs between liberalism and Marxism - sought a balance between religion (sensitizing it to social issues, which it often did not see) and "socialism" (which, in turn, deprived human of the spiritual dimension). Protestants were also members of School in Nimes established among others by Gide: pastor Tommy Fallot, August Fabre, Edward de Boyve. Charles Rist (1874 - 1955) - was also a French economist, professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Montpellier; in the 20s deputy head of the Bank of France, an international financial expert, a member of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences; in the 30s, with the support of the Rockefeller Foundation, founded the Institute for Economic and Social Research (IRES). Here we remind excerpts after: Charles Gide, Charles Rist, History of economic doctrines. From the physiocrats to the present time, trans. M. Kwiatkowski, Volume 2, School of Economics Library, London  (chapter 4 Theories based on Christianity, pp. 209 - 241).
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