The views of Russian author Vladimir Solovyov on socialism and capitalism form the object of a recent article on Acton Institute website.
This may be of interest to you in light of the recent protests in the world, including Romania, against a capitalism without values and compassion.
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In the third book of his work The Justification of the Good, Solovyov focuses on the dignity and infinite, moral potential of every human being, realized in human society. He believed that all social action ought to be limited by morality. Thus, he favored limitations to government power, writing, “[T]he demands of the positive law [of the state] are not absolute but are limited by the natural law which is sanctified by religion….” Continue reading “Vladimir Solovyov on Socialism and Capitalism”