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Bison und andere 15 cm (sowie 17 cm und 19,4 cm) КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Podzun-Pallas-VerlagСерия: Waffen-Arsenal 76Автор(ы): Joachim EngelmannЯзык: GermanКоличество страниц: 52ISBN: 3-7909-0172-5Формат: pdf (200 dpi) 2339x1656Размер: 30.9 mb RapidIfolder eighty five

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4–5. Koslowski, P. (1979) ‘Haus und Geld: zur Aristotelischen Unterscheidung von Politik, Okonomik und Chrematistik’, Philosophisches Jahrbuch, vol. 86. Langholm, O. Brill. Lapidus, A. (1993) ‘Metal Money and the Prince: John Buridan and Nicolas Oresme after Thomas Aquinas’, paper presented at the 20th meeting of the History of Economic Society, Philadelphia, pp. 1–29. The Mediterranean trajectory of Aristotle’s economic canon 23 Lowry, T. (1987) The Archeology of Economic Ideas: the Classical Greek Tradition, Durham: Duke University Press.

To omit Patristic writings from the history of the usury controversy is to tell the story without paying attention to the construction of the canon of medieval economics. Furthermore, one misses a chance to study the interesting interplay of intellectual and economic history. For the longest time, the idea of usury was only a matter of the history of ideas. It did not 24 The idea of usury in Patristic literature 25 become a matter of the economic history until the idea was enforced by political power.

Unfortunately, the New Testament contains several judgments about ‘worldly’ matters, for instance the well-known phrase that ‘the love of money is the root of all evil’ (1 Tim. 6:10) or Paul’s prevailing theory concerning civil authority sanctioned by the grace and will of God (Rom. 13:1–2), of which he makes even usage to justify the payment of taxes (Rom. 13:5– 7). 13 What the most influential group of Christians and in particular Paul (Gal. 5:3f; Gal. 4:25) denied, was the significance of the observance of ‘the Law’ as a means of salvation.

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