Predicatul Economic Al Acţiunii Umane
The economic process is a kind (that is, a species) of the general human action. In the paper is studied the logical possibility to define the “economic” attribute of the general human action, in an attempt to identify the sufficient conditions to have an economic process among the human processes. In order to define the “economic” attribute, the economic process or act are approached and assessed. In this way, the authors propose three such sufficient predicates of the “economic” attribute, and analyze the logical consequences of them. These results are aimed to build a philosophical base in order to allow the defining of the economic subject as well as of the economic object.
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