The divine economy theory is synonymous with human action theory. It is called ‘divine’ because the market process that involves all of the human choices and values is far, far, far beyond human comprehension.
It is possible that you already know what the divine economy theory is:
The market process captures most perfectly the will - expressed through human action - of all of the human beings on the planet.
There are other synonymous terms. Some of the synonymous terms are ‘unhampered market economy’ which is referred to by Ludwig von Mises, and also there is ‘laissez-faire’ championed by Anne-Robert-Jacques Turgot.
Basically, the gist of the meaning of all of these terms is that the market process captures most perfectly the will - expressed through human action - of all of the human beings on the planet.
The divine economy theory is significantly richer than these other terms and part of the reason is because the divine economy theory recognizes the limitations of humans, yet at the same time it recognizes that humans have a spiritual nature.
According to natural law, there will never be a time or place where any human being will be omnipresent and omniscient such that the infinite dynamism of the market process can be comprehended.
Understanding the magnificence and irrepressible potency of the equilibrium forces inherent in the market process lies beyond reach.
Those who ignorantly or arrogantly claim to know better than the equilibrium forces operating as part of the market process are ego-driven. They have no moral authority to interfere with the economy. This is the obvious conclusion of the divine economy theory.
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· macroeconomics: "More Than Laissez-Faire"
· microeconomics: "The Human Essence of Economics"
· ethical economics: "Ethical Economics For Today and Tomorrow . . ."
· economic justice: "Liberty & Justice of Economic Equilibrium"
There is no time like now to better understand economics; and ethics; and economic justice.
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