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L'economia, il bene comune e la famiglia

Abstract : The common good under another scale value as market goods. It is defined as the set of physical, moral and spiritual conditions for people to live in a human way. In a society, the right to family is a common good attribute. The economy key to material goods and services, these assets whose use is necessary to man. Thus, between the family and the economy would require osmosis, since the family is a common good and that the economy can contribute to human dignity by releasing some material concerns. But in a globalized contemporary economy, where is the family? She appears as a valued part of the functioning of the economy or, conversely, is it rejected by the material for the economy?
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Gérard-François Dumont. L'economia, il bene comune e la famiglia. La Società, 1997, VII (1), pp.221-239. ⟨halshs-02521120⟩



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