This round table was intended to question the great monotheistic religions in their relationship to money. Beyond the initial religious texts, which define prohibitions (loans, etc.) and organize the “good practices” of money, several points emerge in a transversal way: money is an element of the social bond, which must circulate, and try to rebalance social inequalities. Secondly, its underlying moral value derives as much from its origin as, above all, from its use. It is in the use of money and in its role in the social world that the consistency, or the inconsistency, between the practices of money and religious texts ultimately lies.
- ethics of money