“Granting that the economy is divine implies the following: that the actors are seen as expressive agents of the will of mankind, that there is no omniscience within the realm of human policy-making that can even minutely compare to the divine expression inherent in the market, and that the market is not a product of human design.
The market is a divine institution that emerges spontaneously from human action. It is a social institution that forms for the sake of production. The market is the time and place where the convergence of all of this useful information transpires and where it is discovered.”
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