A Bahá"í perspective on economics of the future

a compilation from the Bahá"í writings
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Bahá"í Pub. Trust , New Delhi
Economics -- Religious aspects -- Bahai Faith., Bahai Faith -- Doctr
Other titlesEconomics of the future
StatementBadi Shams.
ContributionsShams, Badi.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBP388.E35 B25 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination114 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3592882M
ISBN 108185091323
LC Control Number2002298288

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Economics of the Future Begins Today looks at the history of the present economic system and its destructive effect through the perspective of the Baha’i Writings on economics. Topics include divine economy, the station of man, material and spiritual civilization, and many more relevant topics.

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One theme that underlies all Bahá'í scholarship on economics is the notion that the spiritual and material dimensions of existence are connected, mutually reinforcing, and indeed reflected in one another. All of these articles proceed from the premise that.

Consideration of this theme inevitably gives rise to questions of economics. Of course, the future order conceived by Bahá’u’lláh is far beyond anything that can be imagined by the present generation.” The Bahá’í teachings on the economy first consider the impact of.

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