xiii, 153 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
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Major conservative and libertarian thinkers ; v. 9.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -147) and index.
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Historical context and intellectual biography What is the School of Salamanca? The political and intellectual context of the School of Salamanca The decline of scholasticism Some key authors of the School of Salamanca Francisco de Vitoria Domingo de Soto Martín de Azpilcueta Diego de Covarrubias y Leya Tomás de Mercado Bartolomé de las Casas Luis de Molina Juan de Mariana Francisco Suárez Critical exposition Philosophical and political foundations of the school Thomism and natural law The European revival of Thomism and the Salamanca School Theological political disputes Applied political thought Individual rights and the common good The state and the limits of political power Legitimate resistance and tyrannicide Church and state International law and developments in just war theory The ethical and juridical framework of the market Private property and trade Just price and the subjective theory of value Usury and interest Theories of banking Monetary theory and inflation Taxation and public finance Reception and influence of the work The Salamanca School and the new world A revolutionary sermon in Hispaniola The social experiments of Bartolomé de las Casas Just titles and the disputation between Las Casas and Sepúlveda Assessing the legacy of Las Casas and the controversies over the new world Theological, political impact, and influence on subsequent authors Relevance of the work today Political philosophy, law, and history Political economy and the ethical foundations of the market Contemporary C0atholic social thought International relations and war.