Salamanca Conference Commemorates Classical Liberalism.

Some of the early classical liberals regarded theology as the queen of the sciences. It was its deductive structure that paralleled the other scientific endeavors common among these early great thinkers. This was before the great dividing which separated science and religion for hundreds of years.

Now, as products of this diaspora, we struggle to make sense of anything that reconnects science and religion.

To those who are searching for classical liberalism to extend to the present times and to the future with complete harmony between religion and economic science I suggest investigating the divine economy theory. The roots of Salamanca are still sending up sprouts!

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