Related to wealth as far as it can be calculated in terms of money.

Man can remove some of the chrematistic consequences of such disasters and accidents by taking out insurance policies. Ludwig von Mises in Human Action

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  • chrematistic — chrem·a·tis·tic …   English syllables

  • chrematistic — Pertaining to business or the pursuit of wealth …   Grandiloquent dictionary

  • chrematistic — /kriməˈtɪstɪk/ (say kreemuh tistik) adjective of or relating to the acquisition of wealth. {Greek chrēmatistikos} –chrematistics, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • chrematistic —   a. pertaining to gaining of money.    ♦ chrematistics, n. study of money …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • chrematistic — |kremə|tistik, ēm adjective Etymology: Greek chrēmatistikos of business or moneymaking, from chrēmatistēs businessman (from chrēmatizein to deal, transact business, make money from chrēmat , chrēma thing, possession, from chrēsthai to need, use + …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chrematistics — (from Greek: χρηματιστική) according to Thales of Miletus is the art of getting rich. Plato (left) and Aristotle (right) Aristotle established the fundamental difference between economics and chrematistics. The accumulation of money itself is an… …   Wikipedia

  • chrématistique — ● chrématistique nom féminin (grec khrêma, atos, richesse) Nom donné autrefois à l économie politique, considérée comme la science de la production des richesses. ⇒CHRÉMATISTIQUE, adj. et subst. fém. ÉCONOMIE A. Adj. Qui se rapporte à la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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