Ancient Economic Thought - Vol. 1

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INDEX

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Abarabnel, Don Ytzhaq 92
Abner of Burgos 96
Abu Ysuf 159
accounting/book-keeping 49 , 108 , 115
Accursius 163
Achilles 111 ;
and Briseis 115 , 117 , 121 ;
greatness, nature of 112 ;
and Hector 123 ;
and Lycaon 116 -17, 120 ;
plunder 118 , 120 ;
shield 115
Adam and Eve 5 , 63 -4
administration, Indian 49 - 50
Aeschylus 2 , 8 , 134 -5, 136 ;
see also Orestia
Against Aphobus156
Agamemnon 112 , 115 , 118 , 121 , 137
agriculture:
Egypt 11 , 175 , 176 , 177 , 178 , 179 -80;
Francia 224 ;
Greece, economic thought on 101 , 102 , 106 , 152 , 153 -4;
in Greek poetry 125 -6, 139 ;
India 4 , 36 , 46 , 55 ;
Roman empire 173 ;
Syria 11 , 184
Ai Khanoum 11 , 184
Ajax 117 , 121
al-Farabi 10 , 160 , 162 , 164 , 165 ;
see also al-madina fadila
al-Ghazali 159
al-madina fadila (Virtuous City) 148 , 160 , 162
al-Maqrizi 159
Al-Masudi 224 , 235
Al-Mina 185
al-Raschid, Harun 234
al-Shaibani 159
Alberti, Leon Battista 169
Albertus Magnus 148 -9, 164 -7;
see also De Bono;
Super Ethicum
Alexander the Great 148 , 153 , 197
Alexandria 175 , 176 , 179 , 180 , 181
Alkaios 2 , 8 , 129 -30
Almohad dynasty 160
Ambirajan, S. 2 - 3
Amoraic literature 6 , 7, 80 , 81 -2;
economic concepts in 82 , 83 -4, 87 , 88 , 89
Anacreon 133 , 141
Andromache 117
Antigone134 , 135 -6
Antilochos 124
Antioch 229
Antiochus III 208
Antipater 200 , 204
Antiphon 21 , 23
Apasthamba 42
Aphrodite 127
Apion family 218
Aquinas, St Thomas:
Aristotelian commentaries 148 -9, 151 , 164 , 167 ;
on benevolence 192 ;
on happiness 22 ;
on Maimonides 73 ;
on material prosperity 33 ;
on usury 71
Arab trade 213 , 214 , 223 -4, 235
archaeological evidence 10 - 11 , 172 -86
Argos 113
Aristippus 39 - 40
Aristophanes 2 , 8 , 133 -9, 140 , 143 ;
see also Plutos
Aristode:
commentaries 148 -9, 150 -1, 160 -9;
economic thought 3 , 8 , 32 -4, 36 , 100 -7, 143 , 147 -8, 152 -3, 155 -7;
on exchange and reciprocity 120 , 121 , 124 , 128 , 142 , 150 ;
on happiness 21 , 22 , 23 , 27 ;
institutionalization of 147 , 150 ;
on labor 114 ;
on philia12 , 195 -6, 204 -5;
on scarcity 32 -3, 66 ;
on slavery 116 ;
on usury 68 , 71 , 124 , 207 ;
on wealth 33 , 118 , 133 ;
see also Metaphysics;

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