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dc.contributor.authorSchuchardt, Beatrice
dc.date.accessioned2023-08-08T04:07:50Z
dc.date.available2023-08-08T04:07:50Z
dc.date.issued2023
dc.date.submitted2023-08-02T13:43:06Z
dc.identifierhttps://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/74704
dc.identifier.urihttps://directory.doabooks.org/handle/20.500.12854/111964
dc.description.abstractThe political economy of the European 18th century declares economics to be a basic human condition. This phenomenon is summed up in the present study under the term “anthropologizing of the economic” and examines how treatises by Spanish reform economists from the late 18th century are reflected in sentimental economic comedies of the late Enlightenment. For the first time since Schumpeter, the study, located at the interface between literary studies, cultural studies and the history of economic theory, offers a German-language overview of the currents of economic thought in Enlightenment Spain and its predecessors, based on current research. In doing so, she establishes references to developments in France, England and Germany on the levels of economic and theater reform. Based on the knowledge that when talking about economic people (homo oeconomicus), the economic man (vir oeconomicus) is usually meant, she develops a set of conceptual tools for Analysis of the recurring economic character types in Spanish reform theatre. By examining comedies from the period between 1762 and 1805, she differentiates between gender-specific incarnations of good and bad management in trade, industry and agriculture, ranging from the vir oeconomicus to the femina profusa are sufficient. In addition to the transfer processes between economic and theatrical discourse, the study pays special attention to the burgeoning liberalism and to a connection between the economic and the religious that is specific to Spain. For its interdisciplinary character, it was awarded the sponsorship prize of the University Society of Münster e.V
dc.languageGerman
dc.relation.ispartofseriesLa Cuestión Palpitante. Los siglos XVIII y XIX en España
dc.rightsopen access
dc.subject.classificationthema EDItEUR::D Biography, Literature and Literary studies::D Biography, Literature and Literary studies::DS Literature: history and criticismen_US
dc.subject.otherSpanish Reform Theater, Spain, Political Economy, 18th Century, gender studies
dc.titleDie Anthropologisierung des Ökonomischen in spanischen Komödien, 1762-1805
dc.title.alternativevom vir oeconomicus bis zur femina profusa
dc.typebook
oapen.identifier.doi10.31819/9783968692630
oapen.relation.isPublishedBya507cb2b-c2aa-4328-9095-5304730af09e
oapen.relation.isbn9783968692623
oapen.pages754
dc.seriesnumber35
dc.abstractotherlanguageThe political economy of the European 18th century declares economics to be a basic human condition. This phenomenon is summed up in the present study under the term “anthropologizing of the economic” and examines how treatises by Spanish reform economists from the late 18th century are reflected in sentimental economic comedies of the late Enlightenment. For the first time since Schumpeter, the study, located at the interface between literary studies, cultural studies and the history of economic theory, offers a German-language overview of the currents of economic thought in Enlightenment Spain and its predecessors, based on current research. In doing so, she establishes references to developments in France, England and Germany on the levels of economic and theater reform. Based on the knowledge that when talking about economic people (homo oeconomicus), the economic man (vir oeconomicus) is usually meant, she develops a set of conceptual tools for Analysis of the recurring economic character types in Spanish reform theatre. By examining comedies from the period between 1762 and 1805, she differentiates between gender-specific incarnations of good and bad management in trade, industry and agriculture, ranging from the vir oeconomicus to the femina profusa are sufficient. In addition to the transfer processes between economic and theatrical discourse, the study pays special attention to the burgeoning liberalism and to a connection between the economic and the religious that is specific to Spain. For its interdisciplinary character, it was awarded the sponsorship prize of the University Society of Münster e.V


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