Liberalism, Socialism and Christian Social Order: Bk. 3 Private Property as a Social Institution (Mellen Studies in Economics v. 7)

Liberalism, Socialism and Christian Social Order: Bk. 3 Private Property as a Social Institution (Mellen Studies in Economics v. 7)

By: Heinrich Pesch (author), Rupert J. Ederer (translator), Rupert J. Ederer (editor)Hardback

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An analysis of the flawed Enlightenment notions of how private property originated. These included the contract and legal theories, followed by the evolutionist approach, which was then readily adapted to modern socialism.

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Contents

Translator's Foreword i Preface v Chapter 1 What is the Meaning of Private Property 1 Chapter 2 How Did Private Property Emerge? Legal and Contract Theories 9 Chapter 3 The Origin of Private Property According to the Darwinistic-Socialistic Theory of Evolution 15 Chapter 4 The Origin of Private Property According to the Scientific Theory of Evolution 47 Chapter 5 General Objections to Private Property 71 Chapter 6 Objections to the Natural Law Basis for Private Property 79 Chapter 7 The Acquisition of Private Property 107 Chapter 8 Obligations of and Limits on Private Property 131

Product Details

  • publication date: 30/06/2001
  • ISBN13: 9780773475878
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 172
  • ID: 9780773475878
  • ISBN10: 0773475877
  • translations: German

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