Co-Creation and Capitalism: John Paul II's Laborem Exercens

Co-Creation and Capitalism: John Paul II's Laborem Exercens

by John W. Houck, Oliver F. Williams
     
 

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Humankind, when employing creativity and technology, writes John Paul II in his Laborem Exercens, "shares in the activity of the Creator." In this volume, both scholars and business executives explore this new perspective on business, including Michael Novak, Joseph A. Pichler, Rev. Bryan Hehir, Rev. Ernest J. Bartell, C.S.C., Sister Amata Miller, I.H.M., George C.

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Humankind, when employing creativity and technology, writes John Paul II in his Laborem Exercens, "shares in the activity of the Creator." In this volume, both scholars and business executives explore this new perspective on business, including Michael Novak, Joseph A. Pichler, Rev. Bryan Hehir, Rev. Ernest J. Bartell, C.S.C., Sister Amata Miller, I.H.M., George C. Lodge, Elmer Johnson. This volume was co-published with the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business.

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One of the major values of this book is that the responders to the encyclical hold expertise in a variety of academic disciplines and professional services...there is a tremendous amount of helpful information in this book for those interested in coming to an adequate understanding of the possibilities and limitations of the encyclical, and for those interested in effecting the changes it suggests.
— Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, former President, University of Notre Dame
Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh
One of the major values of this book is that the responders to the encyclical hold expertise in a variety of academic disciplines and professional services...there is a tremendous amount of helpful information in this book for those interested in coming to an adequate understanding of the possibilities and limitations of the encyclical, and for those interested in effecting the changes it suggests.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819133595
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
06/22/1983
Pages:
318
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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