Ethics and Economics-The Context of an Ambivalent Relationship

Arthur Wagner


Early mankind was concerned about the relationship between ethics and economics‒subject, which has often been a source of political and social tension. In the context of the current society in which we talk more about an economic imperialism and its negative consequences, it becomes increasingly difficult to establish a balanced relationship between ethics and economics. Even more, it is required an acute necessity to analyze more deeply the degree of interference of these two disciplines in order to establish a common denominator and highlight the specific chances of each. For a balanced report, characterized by cooperation, is essential for a positive development of society. 

KEY WORDS: ethics, morals, economics, essential—complementary premises monistic—dualist concept. 

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