The newest issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality is now live on our website here and in the mail to subscribers.
This issue includes an excellent lineup of scholarly articles ranging from Christian education, to private property in the early Church, to sixteenth-century political philosophy, to environmentalism, to the crisis of the public square.
As a special feature, it also contains the papers from a symposium on the Dominican contribution to liberty, with contributions from Catherine Joseph Droste, Martin Rhonheimer, Jay W. Richards, and Samuel Gregg.
Additionally, this issue also includes another installment of our Scholia series: early modern texts on economics, ethics, or law appearing in English for the first time. The particular work featured in this issue is “On Interest and Usury” by Johann Gerhard, a Protestant scholastic theologian of the early seventeenth century.
Last, we once again have a wide collection of academic book reviews.
As always, the issue’s editorial is open access. So, if you want to read a small sample of the journal, I recommend executive editor Kevin Schmiesing’s editorial “The War of Ideas” here.
If you are interested in subscribing to the Journal of Markets & Morality, directions for how to sign up, as well as our subscription prices, can be found here.