by Herman Daly In the Social Limits to Growth, Fred Hirsh argues that Morality of the minimum order necessary for the functioning of a market system was assumed, nearly always implicitly, to be a kind of permanent free good, a natural resource of a non depleting kind. Elaborating on the relation of Adam Smith’s Theory […]
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