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Karl Marx: social justice and the biblical heritage Whereas Adam Smith’s heritage was Protestant Scottish, Marx’s was German Jewish. It has in fact been argued rather persuasively, by the European social philosopher Ernst Bloch, cited by South African theologian and economist Klaus Nürnberger in his book Beyond Marx and the Market,29 that Marx (Marx’s parents were originally Jewish before they converted to Christianity), with his passion for social justice and his determination to reconstruct society, represented a secular development of the biblical heritage.
Religiously inspired morality and ethical philosophy for him, our core and bedrock respectively, underpinned law and government (our institutional subsoil). To that extent there was a dynamic interconnection between these, rather than the one, as today – the economy, the markets – in most cases dominating the other. However, once again, Smith was alluding to law and government in the “Western” world, broadly speaking. To that extent, he was seemingly oblivious to the colonization, and indeed the proliferating slave trade, that was going on at the time, of course totally bereft of the “justice” to which he referred.
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Transformation Management by Ronnie Lessem, Alexander Schieffer