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This concluding chapter of the book offers a reflection on the significance of Luis de Molina and his moral theology for our days, and how what he wrote is still relevant for our time. It tries to render explicit some of the questions and lessons that are implicit in the book and offers some suggestions on how they might apply to our troubled economic landscape. The chapter concentrates on four topics: Molina's contribution to economics and ethics, his contribution to natural law, his contribution to methodology - particularly his understanding of how circumstances shape the case - , and the way he conceives the relation of justice and the common good.

Keywords: economics; Luis de Molina; moral theology



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