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“In the De S.Scto. (p. 12) Basil uses the word oikonomia in the patristic sense nearly equivalent to incarnation.”
“But, even in this case, the decisive element remains that to which, from the very beginning, the machine as a whole has been destined: the oikonomia, that is, the governance of human beings and of things.”
“Tertullian in opposing them acknowledges that the uninstructed were against him; they could not understand the magic word oikonomia with which he conceived he had saved the situation; they declared that he taught two or three Gods, and cried "Monarchiam tenemus.”
“This is part of the Church's mission or "oikonomia".”
“Those going on and on about canon law should remember that this lifting of the excommunications was not done according to canon law but as an act of mercy (Easterners would say 'oikonomia').”
“What is needed is an Aristotelian buen vivir (as the World Social Forum proclaims) guided by oikonomia rather than chrematistics.”
“The economy, in its original and basic sense, is the management of resources for the household from the Greek oikonomia, where oikos is household, and nemein is manage.”
“Following Aristotle, there is a natural and desirable form of property acquisition that belongs to household management oikonomia.”
“The word economy, coming from the classical Greek oikonomia, refers to the conscious and deliberate management of a household.”
“It gave as explanation that the debate on this principle proved that the Orthodox Church had not reached a consensus on the concept of oikonomia that could permit a discussion without dangerous divisive consequences.”
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