One Last Breath: Love as an economic matter

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School of Business | Bachelor's thesis
Date
2017
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Taloustiede
Language
en
Pages
15 + 2
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Of the sundry bountiful paths this paper could have taken, the direction most conducive to the formal requirements of the thesis will depend heavily on the occidental views on the matter, presented by Iannaccone. This work also serves to nip the scope of the topic in the bud, at least initially, since the sources from the west do not touch upon eastern input; the scope should enter full bloom when we see how the east accounts for western research, mirroring and resolving the trajectory of the prologue. The general incompatibility of theological goods from separate firms also defines the nature of competition among firms, of which sect formation is an obvious but not necessary consequence. Since my own intuition puts the oriental intuition to practice, its discussion will take place in due course. The way this transpires will reflect the synthetic approach that favours a view of the whole over the piecemeal analysis best reserved for pure science.
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Ilmakunnas, Pekka
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love, religion, competition, Eastern, Western, Iannaccone, Bulgakov, kenosis
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