But more to the point, Fr. de Souza talks about the lack of discourse in economics of moral hazard and the philosophical dimension in general. How does the notion of gifts fit? Or working for the common good? Or the relationship between doctor and patient, husband and wife? What does it mean that corporations have become entities to buy and sell, rather than produce something of concrete value?
Very thought provoking piece, and I'm sure that being in beautiful gardens would make it even more pleasant to contemplate.