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This index section contains list of terms and concepts that occur in the book Sociality as the Human Condition: Anthropology in Economic, Philosophical and Theological Perspective. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from A to V. This book offers a substantial discussion of empirical research programs within current economics (experimental and neuroeconomics), with special regard to the themes of reciprocity and altruism. These themes are discussed from a philosophical perspective informed by phenomenology and hermeneutics, and linked to theories of conflict, recognition and alterity in social philosophy, which are used to show the limitations of the purely science-based naturalistic approaches in economics. Finally, the book introduces the concept of the neighbor in Christian theology and shows how this figure brings a new perspective to the examination of human sociality.

Keywords: empirical research programs; hermeneutics; Human Condition; Sociality

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