Chrematistics

Chrematistics (from Greek: χρηματιστική) according to Thales of Miletus is the art of getting rich. == Ancient Greece == Aristotle established the fundamental difference between economics and chrematistics. The accumulation of money itself is an unnatural activity that dehumanizes those who practice it. Like Plato, he condemns the accu...
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Chrematistics

• (n.) The science of wealth; the science, or a branch of the science, of political economy.
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Chrematistics

Chre`ma·tis'tics noun [ Greek ... 9sc. ...) the art of traffic, from ... goods, money, from ... to use.] The science of wealth; the science, or a branch of the science, of political economy.
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chrematistics

chrematistics 1. The study of money and how to acquire it or to disperse it. 2. Relating to wealth and how it is calculated by money.
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Chrematistics

Chrematistics is the science of wealth.
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chrematistics

the study of wealth; political economy
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