The Rhonheimer Effect: Shaping Economics, Ethics, and Bioethics in the Modern Age

In the world of economic philosophy and Catholic Social Teaching, Martin Rhonheimer stands as a remarkable thinker whose work has left an indelible mark. The Swiss philosopher and theologian born in 1950, is known for his important contributions to the field of economic ethics and morality, especially in the context of Catholic ethics. In this […]

Solidarism and Quadragesimo Anno: the legacy of Heinrich Pesch

Quadragesimo Anno is one of the most important encyclicals of Catholic thought. After the first social encyclical that changed the Church’s relationship with the world, Rerum Novarum, Pius XI revisited these ideas 40 years later. One of the most influential thinkers in this encyclical was Heinrich Pesch (1854-1926), a German Jesuit and founder of the […]

Human action, capitalism and Christian values: the work of Michael Novak.

Michael Novak (1933-2017) undertook the task of reconciling capitalism with Christian values by defending this system from the perspective of morality. Advisor to St. John Paul II and correspondent at the Second Vatican Council, Michael Novak was an American philosopher and theologian whose work has had a great impact on the economic thought of the […]

Bridging Morality and Economics: The Legacy of Father Juan de Mariana

Member of- the School of Salamanca, Father Juan de Mariana (1535-1624) was a Spanish Jesuit and theologian who made great contributions to modern political thought and economic science. He is one of the most important thinkers that the Church has given to economic thought and whose contribution is still very relevant today. A defender of […]