Defining Scarce Resources: Real Estate or Intellect ?

@article{Neusner1995DefiningSR,
  title={Defining Scarce Resources: Real Estate or Intellect ?},
  author={J. Neusner},
  journal={Cultural Dynamics},
  year={1995},
  volume={7},
  pages={299 - 326}
}
  • J. Neusner
  • Published 1995
  • Sociology
  • Cultural Dynamics
The Mishnah, a philosophical law code of ca. 200 AD, stands at the foundation of the Talmud and forms the first document of Judaism beyond the Hebrew Scriptures and presents a full-scale theory of the social order, encompassing an economics, politics and philosophical method. The system, viewed as a whole, makes a statement of hierarchical classification showing that all things derive from one thing and one thing encompasses all things— that is, a philosophy of Judaism akin to the philosophy of… Expand
Contemporary Comparative Cultural Studies: theory, contexts and trends.

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