6. Bibliography (Part I)

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6  Bibliography

Introductory Works

Anderson, Bruce. “Is There Anything Special or Unique about Business Ethics?” Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis 7 (2012): 54-68.

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.

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/

Comprehensive Introduction

McShane, Philip. Economics for Everyone. Das Jus Kapital. Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2017. http://www.axialpublishing.com/welcome.html

Advanced Source

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/.

Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984)

Lambert, Pierrot and Philip McShane, Bernard Lonergan, His Life and Leading Ideas, Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2010.

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