Social Credit theory offers a cogent set of explanations for both the whys and the hows of our economic and social discontents.
In the words of Personalism, a person’s truest nature consists in “decentralizing itself in order to become available for others”.
The truth of what John Paul wrote about economism hardly allows us to defend a system that fosters the desire for material goods as an end in itself.
Marcus Grodi on living “on the land,” what salvation and the Gospel truly mean, and rediscovering what in the end is most important.
It is much harder to make distinctions between beneficial and harmful innovations, and even more so between new things and new names for old things.
What should firms do when faced with a choice between the reduction of employee compensation and a reduction in the number of employees?
Dr. Oliver Heydorn examines cost from a Social Credit perspective.