Zenos Frudakis, Freedom Sculpture, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania1With permission, Zenos Frudakis, http://www.zenosfrudakis.com/.
Anderson, Bruce. “Is There Anything Special or Unique about Business Ethics?” Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis 7 (2012): 54-68.
- “Basic Economic Variables.” Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis 2 (2002): 37-60. http://www.mun.ca/jmda/vol2/variables.pdf
- “Foreign Trade in Light of Circulation Analysis,” Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis 1 (2001): 9-31. http://www.mun.ca/jmda/vol1/foreign.pdf
Duffy, James. “Minding the Economy of Campo Real.” Divyadaan Journal of Philosophy and Education, vol. 29, no. 1 (2018): 1–24.
McShane, Philip (ed.). Do You Want a Sane Economy? Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis, vol. 11 (2018). https://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/jmda/issue/view/134
Previously published, hardcopy, as “Do You Want a Sane Global Economy?” Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education, 21/2, 2010. This special issue, edited by Philip McShane, is devoted to introducing Lonergan’s economics. The issue includes articles by Patrick Brown, Philip McShane, Michael Shute, Darlene O’Leary and William Zanardi.
- “From One-Flow to Two-Flow Analysis: The Key Diagrams,” in Philip McShane, Piketty’s Plight and the Global Future. Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2014: 11–14. http://www.philipmcshane.org/wp-content/themes/philip/online_publications/articles/Text%20and%20Diagram_all_PP%2011-14.pdf; and in Philip McShane, Economics for Everyone. Vancouver, Axial Publishing, 2017: iii-v.
Quinn, Terrance. “Anatomy of Economic Activity: There are Two Main Flows.”American Review of Political Economy, Vol., 13, Issue 1, Papers and Proceedings of the 2018 ICAPE Conference, 2019. http://www.arpejournal.com/archived-issues/volume-13-issue-1-papers-and-proceedings-of-the-2018-icape-conference/anatomy-of-economic-activity-there-are-two-main-flows/
Quinn, Terrance and John Benton. Economics for the Positive Anthropocene (Part II). Bent On Futurology. https://bentonfuturology.com/economics/
McShane, Philip. Economics for Everyone. Das Jus Kapital. Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2017. http://www.axialpublishing.com/welcome.html
Lonergan, Bernard. For a New Political Economy, vol. 21 in Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan. Ed. Philip J. McShane. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998.
The Need for Cyclic Collaboration
Brown, Patrick and James Duffy. Eds. Seeding Global Collaboration. Vancouver, Axial Publishing, 2016.
- This volume “strives to illustrate and illuminate … functional collaboration” (Brown and Duffy, i). Contributing authors are: Meghan Allerton, Bruce Anderson, James Duffy, Michael George, Robert Henman, Sean McNelis, Philip McShane, Aaron Mundine, Terrance Quinn, Michael Shute, and William Zanardi.
McShane, Philip. “Sixes and Sevens: The Need for Cyclic Thinking,” http://www.philipmcshane.org/website-articles/.
- The paper also is available in two parts: “Crecyling Sustainability,” January 2019. https://www.anthropositivecene.org/category/crecycling-sustainability/; and “Crecycling Insight,” January 2019. https://www.anthropositivecene.org/category/crecycling-insight/. Two diagrams are key, given at the end of “Steps Nine and Ten,” in “Crecycling Insight.”
Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984)
Lambert, Pierrot and Philip McShane, Bernard Lonergan, His Life and Leading Ideas, Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2010.
References [ + ]
|1.||↑||With permission, Zenos Frudakis, http://www.zenosfrudakis.com/.|