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Thanks for putting the preface and chapter one on line!

From the Preface: “I use the term “mainline economics” to describe a set of propositions that were first significantly advanced in economics by Thomas Aquinas in the thirteenth Century and then the Late Scholastics of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries at the University of Salamanca in Spain…”

I’m familiar with the Salamanca works, but where can I find more about the contributions of Aquinas?

McKinney, look at the footnote and Rodney Stark's work on Catholicism and the rise of the west.

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