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The economic decoding of religious dogmas : ranking world religions in terms of economic consistency, Paul Fudulu

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The economic decoding of religious dogmas : ranking world religions in terms of economic consistency
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The economic decoding of religious dogmas
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ranking world religions in terms of economic consistency
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Paul Fudulu
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eng
Summary
Analyzing seven religions through Fudulu's own model, the author delves into the criteria that make all religions amenable to economic analysis. Of interest to economics scholars, students, and those studying religions, Fudulu shows how each religious dogma can be ranked in terms of their consistency with economic performance
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Fudulu, Paul
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330
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  • HB72
  • HG1811-2351
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Economics
  • Religion
  • Economic growth
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Economics
  • Religion
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The economic decoding of religious dogmas : ranking world religions in terms of economic consistency, Paul Fudulu
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Front Cover; The Economic Decoding of Religious Dogmas; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; Foreword; 1 The Model; 1.1. The General Power Perspective; 1.1.1. Weberian Rationalism or the Rationalism of Absolute Wealth; 1.1.2. Why Employ Two Megaobjectives?; 1.1.3. The Anti-Entropic Perspective on Individual Maximization; 1.1.4. From Megaobjectives to Ordinary Interests; 1.1.5. The Inverse Correlation between the Hierarchies in Terms of Opportunity Costs and Preferences; 1.1.6. Rules and Institutions Defined in Terms of the Megaobjectives' Opportunity Costs
  • 1.1.7. From the Rationalism of Absolute Wealth to a Rationalism Derived from Two Megaobjectives1.2. The Specific Models for Analyzing the Consistency of Religions with Economic Performance; 1.2.1. The Deep Nature and Cause of Economic Development; 1.2.2. The Religious Determination of Economic Performance; 1.2.3. The Economic Consistency Criteria and the Steps of the Economic Decoding of a Religion; Notes; 2 A Short Description of the Great Religions; 2.1. Judaism; 2.2. Catholicism; 2.3. Orthodoxy; 2.4. Protestantism; 2.5. Buddhism; 2.5.1. General Characteristics; 2.5.2. Hinayana
  • 2.5.3. Mahayana2.6. Confucianism; 2.7. Islam; Notes; 3 Consistency Criteria; 3.1. Direct Criteria; 3.1.1. The Level of Prohibition of Interest; 3.1.2. The Type of Preference for General Wealth; 3.1.3. The Type of Asceticism; 3.2. Indirect Criteria; 3.2.1. Having or Not Having a Divinity or a Religion; 3.2.2. The Level of Divinity Concentration/Dissipation; 3.2.3. The Level of Transcendence; 3.2.4. The Kind of Salvation; 3.2.4.1. Salvation and Human Power; 3.2.4.2. Salvation in Catholicism and Orthodoxy; 3.2.4.3. Salvation in Protestantism; 3.2.4.4. Salvation in Judaism
  • 3.2.5. The Importance of Afterlife3.2.6. The Level of Obedience to Earthly Authorities; 3.2.7. Man's Relative Power over Woman; 3.2.8. The Type of Organization of Religious Activity; 3.2.8.1. The Orthodox Type of Organization; 3.2.8.2. The Catholic Type of Organization; 3.2.8.3. The Islamic Type of Organization; 3.2.8.4. The Protestant Type of Organization; Notes; 4 The Economic Consistency of the Great Religions and its Evolution; 4.1. The General Economic Consistency Ranking of the Great Religions; 4.2. The Evolution of Economic Consistency of the Great Religions; Note
  • 5 My General Power Theory of Religion Relative to Other Current Theories5.1. The Becker-Inspired Theories; 5.1.1. A Critique of Becker's Economic Approach; 5.1.2. Iannaccone and Others; 5.2. The Stark and Bainbridge Theory; Notes; 6 General Conclusions; References; Index
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989513203
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9781787145351
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(OCoLC)989513203
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The economic decoding of religious dogmas : ranking world religions in terms of economic consistency, Paul Fudulu
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; The Economic Decoding of Religious Dogmas; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; Foreword; 1 The Model; 1.1. The General Power Perspective; 1.1.1. Weberian Rationalism or the Rationalism of Absolute Wealth; 1.1.2. Why Employ Two Megaobjectives?; 1.1.3. The Anti-Entropic Perspective on Individual Maximization; 1.1.4. From Megaobjectives to Ordinary Interests; 1.1.5. The Inverse Correlation between the Hierarchies in Terms of Opportunity Costs and Preferences; 1.1.6. Rules and Institutions Defined in Terms of the Megaobjectives' Opportunity Costs
  • 1.1.7. From the Rationalism of Absolute Wealth to a Rationalism Derived from Two Megaobjectives1.2. The Specific Models for Analyzing the Consistency of Religions with Economic Performance; 1.2.1. The Deep Nature and Cause of Economic Development; 1.2.2. The Religious Determination of Economic Performance; 1.2.3. The Economic Consistency Criteria and the Steps of the Economic Decoding of a Religion; Notes; 2 A Short Description of the Great Religions; 2.1. Judaism; 2.2. Catholicism; 2.3. Orthodoxy; 2.4. Protestantism; 2.5. Buddhism; 2.5.1. General Characteristics; 2.5.2. Hinayana
  • 2.5.3. Mahayana2.6. Confucianism; 2.7. Islam; Notes; 3 Consistency Criteria; 3.1. Direct Criteria; 3.1.1. The Level of Prohibition of Interest; 3.1.2. The Type of Preference for General Wealth; 3.1.3. The Type of Asceticism; 3.2. Indirect Criteria; 3.2.1. Having or Not Having a Divinity or a Religion; 3.2.2. The Level of Divinity Concentration/Dissipation; 3.2.3. The Level of Transcendence; 3.2.4. The Kind of Salvation; 3.2.4.1. Salvation and Human Power; 3.2.4.2. Salvation in Catholicism and Orthodoxy; 3.2.4.3. Salvation in Protestantism; 3.2.4.4. Salvation in Judaism
  • 3.2.5. The Importance of Afterlife3.2.6. The Level of Obedience to Earthly Authorities; 3.2.7. Man's Relative Power over Woman; 3.2.8. The Type of Organization of Religious Activity; 3.2.8.1. The Orthodox Type of Organization; 3.2.8.2. The Catholic Type of Organization; 3.2.8.3. The Islamic Type of Organization; 3.2.8.4. The Protestant Type of Organization; Notes; 4 The Economic Consistency of the Great Religions and its Evolution; 4.1. The General Economic Consistency Ranking of the Great Religions; 4.2. The Evolution of Economic Consistency of the Great Religions; Note
  • 5 My General Power Theory of Religion Relative to Other Current Theories5.1. The Becker-Inspired Theories; 5.1.1. A Critique of Becker's Economic Approach; 5.1.2. Iannaccone and Others; 5.2. The Stark and Bainbridge Theory; Notes; 6 General Conclusions; References; Index
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989513203
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First edition.
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1 online resource
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online
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9781787145351
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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(OCoLC)989513203

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