|Title:||G reed , l ust & g ender|
|Keywords:||G reed , l ust|
|Description:||Fictional characters are not the only ones to argue that greed redeems itself by motivating economic growth. Over the last three hundred years, our cultural spokesmen have expressed increased confidence in the pursuit of economic self interest even when it might lapse into greed. Our fear of lust, another of the Seven Deadly Sins, also seems to have receded over time. Still, during periods of war and economic depression, moral anxiety sometimes intensifies. We worry more about the difficulties of balancing the satisfaction of our immediate desires, our long term needs, and the needs of others|
|ISBN:||978 0 19 923842 2|
|Appears in Collections:||Gender|
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