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Chapter 7: Catholic social thought
This chapter examines the theological and anthropological foundations of Catholic social thought and then describes its contributions to the fields of philanthropy, social entrepreneurship, and reciprocity. It concludes by briefly assessing the practical problems associated with implementing its proposals.
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