Mercado y Gobierno desde la perspectiva filosófica del racionalismo

Translated title of the contribution: Market and Government from the Philosophical Perspective of Rationalism

Raphael Ángel Saldaña Pacheco, Vladimir Rodríguez Cairo, Laleska Salgado Llanos, Johanna Yancari Cueva

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The study allowed to establish the philosophical foundations of the market and the government. Within this framework, the market is conceived as a spontaneous order that is based on evolutionary rationalism that recognizes abstraction as the only instrument with which our mind can deal with a reality; instead, the government constitutes a built order based on constructivist rationalism that does not recognize abstract concepts, they are the result of human design. In this way, the state intervention of the government, being a built order, should not hinder the spontaneous order of the market, but on the contrary, should set the essential conditions for exchanges to flow in the various markets. However, in most cases, the governments of the various countries end up excessively interfering in the markets, causing in some cases, certain privileges and thus affecting the spontaneous order of the market.

Translated title of the contributionMarket and Government from the Philosophical Perspective of Rationalism
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)239-252
Number of pages14
JournalRevista de Filosofia (Venzuela)
Issue number102
StatePublished - 5 Sep 2022

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