ECONOMIC OPINIONS IN THE HUMANISTIC WORK OF JOHAN AMOS COMENIUS
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
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