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The Japanese spirit, as an integration of gods indigenous to Japan Shinto, Confucianism and Buddhism, seems to have formed today's economy and society in Japan, for good or bad, just as modern societies in Europe and America were once created by the spirit of Puritanism.
In a very real sense, the title of this article is overwhelming. The volume of writing both scholarly and otherwise on this subject would deter anyone who seriously sought to assimilate it all. Despite the repeated Biblical appeal for unity among the Church members, there is perhaps no issue...
Mormonism as used in this article is defined as that theological system characteristic of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Mormons as distinguished from several other religious bodies with similar names andor with some historical and theological roots common to that body....
It is by now a foregone conclusion that the Talmudic sages possessed a remarkable knowledge and understanding of highly sophisticated economic laws and practices. In fact, as far back as 1911, the eminent economist and scholar, Werner Sombart, had expressed his deep admiration for their high...
Beginning with value premises of any kind, clearly one may judge the economic choices of individuals, since they are only part of moral behaviour in general. But my concern here is with the institutions which both shape and are shaped by behaviour, and which are greatly responsible for social...
The people of South Asia are deeply religious and all facets of their lives including their endeavours to achieve material advancement are affected greatly by religious beliefs and values. In what ways, and to what extent, noneconomic factors, specifically religious beliefs, affect economic...
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