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Economics, Judaism and

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Author(s): Don, Yehuda
In the opening passage of an essay on the relationship between economics and religion, Jacob Katz writes, 1 “Economics in its widest sense, i.e., efforts to satisfy human material needs, and religion as an expression of the spiritual, the metaphysical meaning of human life, require, prima facie, two separate arenas, and it is not inevitable that any contact between them evolve.” Katz, for his part, rejects such a simplistic notion of the discontinuity between economics and religion for all but some very unique c…