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The Ethics of Capital and Interest: An Interview with Shawn Ritenour

Markets, capital and interest are not value-free, despite a dominant fact-value dichotomy that often exists in economics. In this interview, Shawn Ritenour discusses this issue along with the nature of money, the ethics of capital, the distinctiveness and weakness of the “Austrian school of economics,” and how Christian philosophers might collaborate with Christian economists.

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