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Redefining economic reason

By László Zsolnai


Despite of Martin Heidegger’s warning not modern technology but modern economizing destroys the Being. With its exclusive focus on profit-making modern economizing endangers\ud the integrity and diversity of natural ecosystems, autonomy and culture of local communities, and chances of future generations for a decent life.\ud This paper gives a critique of the profit principle and redefines economic rationality in a more\ud holistic, substantive and humanistic form

Topics: Economics
Publisher: Corvinus University of Budapest Business Ethics Center
Year: 2011
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