The Invisible Hand of God in Adam Smith

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Denis, A.;
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Adam Smith is revered as the father of modern economics. Analysis of his writings, however, reveals a profoundly medieval outlook. Smith is preoccupied with the need to preserve order in society. His scientific methodology emphasises reconciliation with the world we liv... View more
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