The Novia Scotia fishermen was the only example Storck gave of Catholic social teaching on market prices.
He gives nothing else concrete with which to criticize Woods' position.
Heaven knows, I disagree with Woods theologically, but just what particular view of economics does he have that trumps Catholic social teaching?
We don't have a clue from Storck.
posted on 05/03/2005 8:54:11 PM PDT
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When I get time I will post some more stuff re Woods, the Libertrad. For now, suffice it to say that Mr. Woods, trained as a historian, has taken it upon himself to oppose the Magisterium's Social Doctrine even going so far to claim it has no authority or expertise to teach in that area.
So, a libertrad historian (no degree in economics. Woods is a Lew Rockwell kooky-cutout) is going to tell the Popes what is what re economics using amoral/imoral libertarianism as the benchmark.
posted on 05/04/2005 3:23:52 AM PDT
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