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Aristotelism, handel och det liberala systemet

  • Den Uyl, Douglas


    (Liberty Fund)

  • Rasmussen, Douglas


    (St. John's University)

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    Uppsatsen tar sin utgångspunkt i Aristoteles tankar om handel och vänskap och klargör bl.a. hur privat äganderätt, genom att den ger upphov till ”en sfär av frihet där självstyrda verksamheter går att utövas utan att förtrampas av andra”, är en nödvändig förutsättning för uppnående av målet om mänsklig blomstring eller människans moraliska välbefinnande. Den kommersiella verksamhet som äganderätt möjliggör, med frivilliga transaktioner människor emellan, ses som ett exempel på ”nytto-” eller ”fördelsvänskap” som är central för den sociala ordningen.

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    Paper provided by The Ratio Institute in its series Ratio Working Papers with number 80.

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    Length: 40 pages
    Date of creation: 23 Nov 2005
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    Publication status: Published in Äganderättens konsekvenser och grunder, Berggren, Niclas, Karlson, Nils (eds.), 2005, pages 216-255, Ratio.
    Handle: RePEc:hhs:ratioi:0080
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