The Economy of Heart
"The Economy of Heart", by Peter F. Brown, Chairman of The FutureWorld Association, at "http://futurerealm.com/fwa/". 6 pages. This article explores the philosophical and theoretical application of unselfish ethics as the base of a new economy. It compares the efficacy of economics centered on heart to the economics of socialism and capitalism. Permission granted to distribute or publish as long as there is no charge attached and the copyright information is kept intact. ..................
|Date of creation:||05 Jun 1999|
|Note:||Type of Document - pdf; prepared on IBM PC - FrameMaker / Adobe Distiller; to print on Any Laser Printer; pages: 6 ; figures: photo of author. This piece should prove interesting to any economist involved with analysis of theories about the future of the economy.|
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