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Social economist: St Antonino, Bishop of Florence, 1384-1459

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Saint Antonino was an early economist and social scientist who addressed the need to design theories of production, value and distribution, in part becuase he saw the interconnectedness of individual elements. The system he discussed is more general than narrowly economic, embracing as it does meta-history, God and men. His views are notable for their generality, their optimism in the dark pages of history, and the simple notion that all good will comes from pursuing a way to Christian polity.
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Keywords: History; Religion; Social Economics; Society

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2001-05-23

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