Category Archives: Economics

Five and a Half Reasons Not to Send your Son to College

Emily Reimer-Barry, over at Catholic Moral Theology, has posted an admirable response to “a Catholic father’s explanation of 6 (+2) Reasons NOT to Send Your Daughter to College.” It is admirable both for its stance of charitable dialogue, and for … Continue reading

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Labor Day

When I was growing up, I was taught that St. Joseph was the patron saint of labor, of workers. Because he was a carpenter, I guess: I pictured little-boy Jesus messing around underfoot, playing with scraps, while his (adoptive) dad … Continue reading

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Women’s Work « WIT

erinkidd makes this excellent point, among others about the relationship between the individual and the community in liberal and feminist thought, in her post on Women’s Work over at WIT: Pregnancy and the first months of child-rearing are treated as … Continue reading

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Market Economy vs Market Society

John Coleman, S.J. blogs about What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets by Michael Sandel (Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 2012). A couple of choice snippets: Sandel has no problems with markets and the economy. But he laments that … Continue reading

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