Heinrich Pesch and his theory of Christian solidarism by Franz Hermann Mueller

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Published by The College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn .

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Statementby Franz H. Mueller.
SeriesAquin papers:, no. 7
ContributionsCollege of St. Thomas (Saint Paul, Minn.)
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LC ClassificationsHN37.C3 M8
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Pagination50 p.
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL6451290M
LC Control Number43006931
OCLC/WorldCa5351733

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Pesch was sent to England. The social conditions in the industrialized Rhineland, the socio-political philosophy of his teacher, G. Hertling in Bonn, and the Christian Social Movement then forming in Western Germany, had already aroused his interest in the social question (Brauer ).

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Ethik und Volkswirtschaft (Ethics and the National Economy), published inwas intended to be a concise summary, not of the Lehrbuch, but rather, of his social and economic system, work was one of several books published by noted scholars under the auspices of the Commission for Christian International Law established in Germany in ↑Shields, Leo W.

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Heinrich Pesch, S.J. (17 September – 1 April ) was a German Roman Catholic ethicist and economist of the Solidarist school. His major work, Lehrbuch der Nationalökonomie, is generally regarded as a source for Pope Pius XI's social encyclical Quadragesimo anno.

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