Hartman and Schumacher Small is Beautiful

An axiological  commentary on Schumacher’s Small is Beautiful by RSHI VP Research Clifford G. Hurst, PhD


From time-to-time, in my reading, I come across authors whose ideas, whose theories, make them sound very much as if they are formal axiologists, although they do not explicitly say so. Often, in fact, they do not even hint of a familiarity with Hartman’s theory. This got me to wonder if Shakespeare was right when he said, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” I think so.

These similarities provide some degree of face validity to the constructs of formal axiology. And when other authors describe precepts similar to formal axiology in more everyday language than Hartman tended to use, they help me to understand Hartman more easily.

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