El Debate Moderno Sobre Los Escritos Económicos Aristotélicos (The Modern Debate on the Aristotelian Economic Writing)

Revista de Economia Institucional, Vol. 15, No. 28, primer semestre de 2013

21 Pages Posted: 6 Aug 2013

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Hernan Borisonik

Universidad de Buenos Aires; CONICET

Date Written: August 5, 2013

Abstract

Este artículo hace una lectura crítica de las principales interpretaciones modernas de los escritos económicos de Aristóteles. Primero revisa el debate entre las corrientes “primitivista” y “modernista”, encabezado por Rodbertus, Bücher y Meyer. Luego presenta y comenta los puntos de vista de Karl Marx, Joseph Schumpeter, Karl Polanyi y Moses Finley, los comentaristas más célebres de legado económico aristotélico.

The present article is a critical reading of the most important modern interpretations on Aristotle’s economic writings. Firstly, the debate between the "primitivists" and the "modernists" (headed by Rodbertus, Bücher and Meyer) will be studied. Then, the readings of Karl Marx, Joseph Schumpeter, Karl Polanyi and Moses Finley, will be analyzed, considering these authors as the most renowned commentators of the Aristotelian economical legacy.

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Keywords: Aristóteles, economía, primitivismo y modernismo, Marx, Schumpeter, Polanyi, Finley

JEL Classification: B11, B19, B20

Suggested Citation

Borisonik, Hernan, El Debate Moderno Sobre Los Escritos Económicos Aristotélicos (The Modern Debate on the Aristotelian Economic Writing) (August 5, 2013). Revista de Economia Institucional, Vol. 15, No. 28, primer semestre de 2013, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2306283

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