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Adam Smith, Philosopher and Political Economist: An Interview with James Otteson

In this interview, Professor James Otteson discusses various misconceptions about Adam Smith, the salient features of Smith’s anthropology, what Smith got right and what he got wrong, his “marketplace model” of social institutions, and how Smith’s perspective can be utilized for further work by Christian philosophers and theologians.

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