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Revista de estudios histórico-jurídicos

versión impresa ISSN 0716-5455

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CARVAJAL ARAVENA, Patricio. La teoría de los bienes en la "política" de Johannes Althusius como base del pensamiento económico liberal. Rev. estud. hist.-juríd. [online]. 2005, n.27, pp.309-327. ISSN 0716-5455.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0716-54552005000100014.

This article addresses the formulation of a liberal economic discourse by German jurist J. Althusius (1577-1638) in his work Politica (Herborn, 1603). The "Althusiusforschung" has not thus far explored this important issue in the German author's thinking. The crux of his economic ideas is the goods theory, which is grounded in the four traditions of Classical times thinking: the Hebrew theology, the Greek philosophy, the Roman law, and the Christian theology. By means of the cultural process formed by the triad reception _ interpretation _ innovation, Althusius develops his liberal economic theory by counteracting the absolutist theory of state monopoly. The cultural scenario in which the Althusian economic discourse is formulated is the German "Reich" between 1600 and 1617, also made up of a theoretical-institutional triad: imperial publicistics, theory of the constitution, and theory of the State. Finally, part of Althusius' economic theory is found in the precepts of both C. Menger's economic theory and A. Etzioni's so-called socioeconomics.

Palabras clave : Goods theory; Absolutism; Liberalism; Reich; Consociation; Market.

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