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Principles of Public Policy. I almost gave up a number of times in the doobra pages, as I slogged through Sedlacek picking out and commenting on the economic bread crumbs found in the most ancient of literature, the Epic of Gilgameshfollowed by Greek thought, Stoicism, historic Christianity, an This is a difficult book to ekonomei, and thus to ekpnomie.

Ivan Vyoral rated it did not like it Jan 03, On the last pages of the book Tomas concludes that purpose of the book is to raise questions rather than to answer them and it nails it without a question – namely, now I’m wondering what had Tomas been doing as an economic advisor to Vaclav Havel given all his Tomas’s proverbial contempt for computational economics Refresh and try again.

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I never think reading this book will be so difficult task for me. The second half of the book is somewhat dkbra, and describes problems zls to all of the social sciences although Economics seems to be unique in the extent that it ignores them: Business Ethics and the Austrian Tradition in Economics.

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Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Quotes from Ekonomie dobra a zla. Martin rated it did not like it Jun 26, The author’s attempts to extract economics out the epic of Gilgamesh and the New Testament are kind of ridiculous, although the carefully selected portions of the Old Testament perhaps work a bit better.

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Ekonomie Dobra a Zla: Po Stopách Lidského Tázání Od Gilgameše Po Finanční Krizi

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Yohji rated it did not like it Apr 13, Thus it will be very challenging to think about the question why an omniscient God had not known that Adam and Eve would eat the apple from the Tree of Knowledge and compare this event to Prometheus bringing the fire to men. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Please combine editions 2 26 Feb 05, However, overally the book made me aware of many unappreciated aspects of economics.

Some chapters are a slow and difficult wander through a strange flow of thought, but once it moves from the overviews of specific time periods, it gets more interesting and tout provoking.

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At times the result is florid to the point of near unintelligibly. Prior to the ‘s ethics was part of economic thought, but today self-interest dominates and mathematical models give the impression that ethical conside I am taking a classCreating God’s Economy, at Christian Theological Seminary, and this book helped me understand the development of economic thought from Gilgamesh to current economists.

Science Logic and Mathematics. By the way, mathematical knowledge is not in the highest position; philosophical knowledge is. The Jewish understanding of time is linear—it has a beginning and an end.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. It’s a relatively light, philosophical, and easy read with a good intro by Vaclavwhich hence makes it a good holiday read.

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Although the title contains the word economics, the book is more a concentrated history of philosophy, human culture, and civilisation. If I had more time on my hands to spare in Austria, and more cups of Caramel Machiatto from Starbucks, I would have perhaps tried to spend more time on reading philosophy in the following order: In the first one, endless views presented by remarkable past scientists started to be wearisome and confusing after some time. Sign in Create an account. But, some pieces were legitimately provocative and I do enjoy the history, philosophy and development of economics so I am part of the ekonimie group this book is reaching.

Furthermore one can think about today’s ideas of going back to nature and living on subsistence means in the understanding of the Gilgamesh epos becoming uncivilised and animalistic, a retrogression to the natural state.

He calls for more ethics and more epistemological humility in his field, and what a welcome call it is. Apparently, presidents with background in arts do really good job at fuelling aggregate demand – so that there’s enough even for such “armchair philosophers”. Despite that the text often lacks drawing conclusions and does not explain how the risen questions and topics apply to economics.