English, Article edition: ECONOMIC OPINIONS IN THE HUMANISTIC WORK OF JOHAN AMOS COMENIUS Ilona Bažantová

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  • ECONOMIC OPINIONS IN THE HUMANISTIC WORK OF JOHAN AMOS COMENIUS
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  • Ilona Bažantová
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  • Economic opinions of Johan Amos Comenius (1592 – 1670) were not completely described yet, although they can be found in several writings. Comenius differentiated from Medieval thoughts by his opinions in respect of an enterprise, a position of laws and an activity of sovereign, by refusing monopolies, emphasising the importance of level of education for the development and wealth-being of the nation, and by describing positive aspects of intellectual work. His opinions are often similar to mercantilistic point of view.
  • vision of harmonic world, population growth, knowledge and education, enterprise, conditions for wealth-being and happiness of nation
  • RePEc:prg:jnlpol:v:2003:y:2003:i:2:id:403
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